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What is Risk Undergoing Haemodialysis Treatment?

Sunday, October 14, 2012 | 3:59 PM


In hemodialysis, a machine will be used to filter waste, salt and fluid from your blood when your kidneys are no longer healthy enough to do this job. Haemodialysis is the most commonly used to treat kidney failure pinggangkekal. This procedure can help you carry out an active life even if you have experienced problems kidney failure.



Haemodialysis requires you to follow a rigorous treatment, take medications on a regular basis and should always make changes in your diet.

In the hemodialysis machine, there is some risk that you will likely encounter. These complications can result from hemodialysis treatment itself or due to the underlying kidney disease. Among the complications are:

Low blood pressure (hypotension). A drop in blood pressure is the most common side effects in the treatment of hemodialysis, especially if you have diabetes. Low blood pressure may be accompanied by shortness of breath, stomach cramps, muscle cramps, nausea or vomiting.

Otot.Walaupun cramps doctors are not sure what causes the occurrence of muscle cramps during hemodialysis, it is normal. Sometimes a muscle spasm can be reduced by changing the frequency and intensity of hemodialysis.

Hives. Many of those who undergo hemodialysis are facing skin problems gatalyang often worse during or after the procedure.

Sleep problems. Hemodialysis patients often have trouble sleeping, sometimes because of stopped breathing during sleep (sleep apnea symptoms) or because of foot pain, uncomfortable or uneasy.

Anemia. Anemia is a condition in which the patient does not have red blood cells that enough. It is a common complication of kidney failure problem and hemodialysis. Kidney failure to reduce production of the hormone called erythropoietin, which stimulates the formation of red blood cells.

Restrictions on diet, iron absorption is less, or the removal of iron and vitamins in hemodialysis may also contribute to anemia. Blood loss from dialysis or blood sampling routine can have a similar effect.

Bone disease. If your kidneys are damaged, usually it will no longer be able to use vitamin D to absorb calcium, which will make your bones weak. In addition, excess parathyroid hormone, a common result of complications from kidney failure can erode the calcium from your bones.

High blood pressure (hypertension). High blood pressure is the leading cause of kidney failure. If you take too much salt or drink too much liquid while being treated for kidney failure problems, high blood pressure will result in a more severe on balance function of your kidneys. If left untreated, high blood pressure can lead to heart attack or stroke.

The burden of excess fluid. If you drink more fluids than those recommended, you will make the extra fluid that can cause life-threatening complications, such as heart failure or fluid accumulation and swelling in your lungs (pulmonary edema).

Inflammation of the lining surrounding the heart (pericarditis). Haemodialysis inadequate can lead to inflammation of the lining surrounding the heart, which can interfere with your heart's ability to pump blood around your body.

High potassium levels (hyperkalemia). Kidney usually excessive membuangpotassium from the body. If your kidneys fail and you eat more potassium than recommended, your potassium levels may be higher than normal. In extreme cases, too much potassium can cause your heart to stop.

Infection. Harmful infection may occur at the site where the blood out of your body will be filtered and then returned.

Depression. Many of those who undergo hemodialysis are suffering from depression and anxiety.
Amyloidosis. Dialysis-related amyloidosis (DRA) occurs when proteins in the blood that is stored in the joints and tendons, causing pain, stiffness, and fluid in the joint. This situation is common for those who had received dialysis for more than five years.
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