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What harm does acute kidney injury have?

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What harm does acute kidney injury have?

1. What is acute kidney injury?

Acute renal injury refers to the rapid increase of serum creatinine, or the rapid decrease of urine volume, and the increase of 7-day creatinine to more than 1.5 times.

2. What are the manifestations of acute kidney injury?

The most prominent manifestation is a rapid decrease in urine volume or decreased renal function.Causes oedema, hypertension, hyperkalemia, heart failure, pulmonary edema, manifested as weakness, nausea, vomiting, and asthma symptoms.

3. What is the harm of acute kidney injury?

What harm does acute kidney injury have?

Acute kidney damage can lead to a dramatic decline in renal function, often accompanied by low urine, high mortality and mortality.Acute renal injury can also be delayed to chronic renal insufficiency, uremia.Drugs, vomiting, diarrhea, acute infection, trauma, major surgery can cause acute kidney injury, elderly people, chronic kidney disease, chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes patients are at higher risk.

In recent years, blood purification treatment technology continues to develop, the continuous blood purification is becoming more and more widely clinical applications, but multiple organ dysfunction syndrome associated with acute kidney injury mortality rate is as high as 40% to 40%.

If someone has symptoms such as fatigue, oliguria, edema, loss of appetite, and foamy urine, you must be alert for changes in kidney disease and timely examination.

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