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Throwing up, or vomiting is the common complain for Kidney Failure patients who are on dialysis. Actually, Dialysis is a replacement of renal failure treatment, which are in charge of removing wastes and extra water from the body through purifying blood. Why does vomiting attack dialysis patients?
It is reported that vomiting occurs in up to 10% of routine dialysis treatments. After thousands of research, the following conditions contribute to leading to the discomfort. If you want to get more help, you can contact our Online Doctor or email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to help you.
Hypotension (low blood pressure)
Vomiting is associated with kidney disease in generally, but low blood pressure and excess fluid weight gain are also common causes. Low blood pressure is a common side effect of dialysis, which generally occurs when patients add too much fluid weight between treatments or when too much fluid is removed during dialysis.
Throwing up can be an early manifestation of the problem. It is caused due to slower transfer of urea from the brain tissues to the blood or rapid changes in serum electrolytes, especially for new dialysis patients. The condition also can cause brain edema and nausea.
This is very common in Diabetics but also seen in non-diabetic patients, is exacerbated by hemodialysis and may play a role in some cases.
Deteriorate of renal function.
Though simple dialysis is a rapid aid for cleaning blood, it cannot repair kidney damage and improve renal function. The remaining renal function will continue to be lost. Then, more and more complications will occur.
Through the above analysis, we can see that the causes of throwing up are associated with side effects of dialysis. Therefore, for patients with dialysis, we suggest patients to take joint therapy-Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It can help regulate immune system, improve kidneys’ internal environment and enhance glomerular filtration rate. In daily life, patients are also required to have a balanced diet plan.