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How to Prevent Low Blood Pressure for Dialysis Patients

I am on dialysis due to Stage 5 Chronic Kidney Disease. But it is painful that I suffer from dizziness, which is caused by low blood pressure. I wonder that how to prevent condition during or after dialysis. Please help me.

Low blood pressure is a common side effect for patients who are on dialysis, particularly if you have diabetes. What’s more, a drop in blood pressure may be accompanied by shortness of breath, abdominal cramps, muscle cramps, nausea or vomiting.

According to individual differences, personalized dialysis should be designed.

If patients have serious hypoproteinemia, albumin or plasma will be injected during dialysis to increase colloid osmotic pressure.

If patients have cardiovascular problems, some drugs that can help improve cardiovascular functions can be given under the doctor’s permission and guidance.

If patients have serious anemia, blood substitute can be injected.

Control the body weight between dialysis sessions.

Limit intake of sodium and water to reduce fluid overload.

Dialysis can cause the loss of proteins and other nutritions, therefore, patients should have proper increase protein intake.

A high-calory, high-vitamin, high-calcium, low-fat, low-phosphorus diet is recommended to dialysis patients.

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