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Treatment for Hyperkalemia Caused by CKD

Treatment for Hyperkalemia Caused by CKDHyperkalemia is a serious complication of CKD(Chronic Kidney Disease), which needs to be controlled well; otherwise, life span is shortened severely. Here, we will introduce treatment for hyperkelemia caused by CKD in detail. If you have any further questions, please email us: chinakidneytherapy@gmail.com or your can ask online doctor for help.

How is hyperkalemia caused by CKD?

Hyperkalemia refers to an elevated concentration of the electrolyte potassium in the blood, which is diagnosed when potassium level keeps being higher than 5.5mmol/L. CKD can cause hyperkalemia because healthy kidneys are able to adjust potassium concentration in our body. Normally, when we ingest too much potassium through foods, our kidneys will work hardly to eliminate them, thus to keep potassium level in normal range. However, in cases of CKD, kidneys are severely damaged, can not do this job well any more. As a result, potassium build up in blood, leading to hyperkalemia.

Treatment for hyperkalemia caused by CKD

1. Low-potassium diet

Low-potassium diet is needed to avoiding further elevating potassium level in blood. In our daily diet, foods which are high in potassium like banana, white beans, white mushroom, avocado and nuts should be avoided. The recommended daily intake for potassium is 50-60mmol.

2. Treatment for high potassium level in blood

First of all, medicines that can elevates potassium level should be stopped and then medicines like sodium polystyrene sulfonate can be applied to help eliminate excess potassium as well as stop our body from absorbing too much potassium.

In addition, if potassium keeps increasing to be higher than 6, dialysis is needed to clear some potassium away from our body.

3. Treatment for damaged kidney

Since onset of hyperkalemia is due to impaired kidney function, so treatment for damaged kidney is needed to stop illness deterioration. Symptomatic treatment only alleviates physical discomforts, and can not improve kidney function. Treatments like Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Immunotherapy and Blood Pollution Therapy are highly recommended. These treatments can repair damaged kidney tissues, promote blood circulation in kidney and increase self-healing ability of kidney. You can get more details about these treatments if you are interested.

Hyperkalemia is just a complication of CKD, but if left untreated, it will cause so many physical discomforts as well as life-threatening heart problems like arrhythmia. Therefore, if you are suffering this hyperkalemia caused by CKD, please receive scientific and systematic treatment as soon as possible.

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