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A patient came down with Kidney Failure one year ago. He is suffering from serious systemic edema now. The serum creatinine value is 930umol/L. Thus, can he eat oranges?
Orange is riches in protein, organic acids, vitamins, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium, and other essential elements. However, fruit with such high nutritional value should be condemned for the kidney failure patients.
Creatinine increasing is mainly due to kidney damage. Excessive intake of potassium ion may lead to a slow heart beat (bradycardia), conduction block, ventricular fibrillation, and even lead to life-threatening sudden cardiac arrest. Due to kidney failure patients with low glomerular filtration rate and renal tubular function, their potassium ability is poor. If taken high potassium foods, it is easy to cause bradycardia, or even dead. While orange is high in potassium, it is not recommended to eat for kidney failure patients.
Without timely and effective treatment, kidney failure will develop into uremia soon, and threatening the lives of patients all the time. So, an early treatment is necessary while controlling diet. Due to various invasions to kidneys, the phenotypic changes of renal inherent cells lead to pathological changes, and stimulate renal fibroblasts into muscle in fibroblasts. Therefore, lowering creatinine value should find out the root cause instead of using simple symptomatic treatment.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is recommended for kidney failure patients with high creatinine value. This therapy is designed to repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function. It has good curative effect on degrading extracellular matrix.
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