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How to Treat Hyperuricemia for Kidney Failure Patients

2014-08-31 01:24| Font Size A A A

How to Treat Hyperuricemia for Kidney Failure PatientsKidney Failure patients have much confusion about how to deal with the symptoms and complications due to kidney disease. Among them, let’s we talk about how to cope with hyperuricemia for patients in this article. If you are interested in the topic, please read on.

The overview of hyperuricemia

Hyperuricemia refers that there is abnormal levels of uric acid in the blood. Uric acid is metabolic product of purine. And 80% purine is produced from decomposition of endogenous nucleic acid, and 20% comes from food sources. When serum uric acid exceeds its saturation level, it will be separated out in the form of crystals. Once these crystals deposit on the tissues, it will lead to inflammation and other diseases. When they involve kidney tissues, calling Hyperuricemia Nephropathy.

The causes of hyperuricemia

Many factors contribute to hyperuricemia, including genetics, insulin resistance, hypertension, renal insufficiency, obesity, diet, use of diuretics and consumption of alcohol beverages. The main reasons include increased production of uric acid and decreased excretion of uric acid.

The treatment for hyperuricemia for kidney failure patients.

Diet therapy

1. Stay away from meat products

Pork and lamb are high in purines that create uric acid. Bacon is extremely high in uric acid so it should be avoided. Chicken, duck and vensions are also rich purine products. You should avoid this kind of meat products if you suffer from hyperuricemia.

2. Avoid sea food

Heavy oil fish like sardine, trout, tuna and anchovy are high in uric acid. Other types including Herring, scallops, cod, tooth haritail and trepan also have high uric acid. Eating these products will aggravate the uric acid in the blood.

3. Keep away from alcohol

High intake of alcohol is a significant cause of hyperuricemia. Ethanol increases production of uric acid by increasing production of lactic acid, hence lactic acidosis.

At our Treatment center point, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Immunotherapy, Medicated Bath, Hot Compress Therapy, Blood Pollution Therapy, Circle Therapy, Enema, Foot Bath and so on are available for removing the metabolic wastes and toxins from the body and repairing the kidney damage. More details, please contact our doctors online directly. Good luck for you!



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