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Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Nursing Care Plan

2015-01-09 09:28| Font Size A A A

Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Nursing Care PlanChronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is the end result of a gradual and progressive loss of kidney function. When diagnosed with kidney disease, a good nursing plan should be designed and recommended to patients. Here we will introduce the related information for your reference. Anything unclear, please be free to contact us: renal-disease@hotmail.com or leave a message below.

All in all, the goal of nursing care plan lies on improve GFR (glomerular filtration rate), preventing further complications and protecting the remaining kidney function.

The loss of function may be so slow that you do not have symptoms until your kidneys have almost stopped working, but the kidney damage may be formed stealthily. Since high blood pressure and diabetes have became two leading causes of kidney damage, a well controlled of blood pressure and blood glucose level play significant role in preventing kidneys and other organs’ damage.

Along with the development of illness condition, patients may suffer from some symptoms which not only affect the normal life but also speed up the deterioration of kidney disease if left untreated. You should keep your eyes on the nursing care if you do have symptoms below.

Edema or swelling in legs

1. Reduce water and salt intake.

2. Try to elevate your legs which is higher than your heart. You can put a pillow down your legs, making you more comfortable.

Proteinuria or protein in urine

1. Follow a low quantities but high-quality protein diet

2. Avoid foods that are harmful your kidneys such as high-salt foods, high-sodium foods, high potassium foods and high phosphorus food.

High creatinine level

1. Try to reduce the meant intake.

2. Avoid doing strenuous and intensive exercises.

Actually, if you are diagnosed with kidney disease, there are many aspects you should pay much more attention. Therefore, we prefer recommending a holistic and comprehensive nursing care plan-Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It not only can relieve the related symptoms, supply nutrients but also can repair kidney damage fundamentally. To know more details about the treatment, please remember to contact us and we will give your help for free!



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