Renal insufficiency staging symptoms2018-01-09 17:20
Renal insufficiency is caused by a variety of causes, the glomerular serious damage, disorder group of the body in the excretion of metabolic waste and adjust the water and electrolyte, acid-base balance and other aspects of the clinical syndrome.
Renal insufficiency of the four staging symptoms:
Phase I: Renal function reserve compensatory period. Because the kidney reserve compensation capacity is very large, so the clinical decline in renal function, but its excretion of metabolites and regulation of water, electrolyte balance can still meet the normal needs, clinically does not appear symptoms, renal function tests are normal Range or occasional slightly higher phenomenon.
Phase II: renal insufficiency. Glomerular has more damage, 60% -75%, renal excretion of metabolic waste has a certain obstacle, creatinine urea nitrogen can be high or beyond normal. The patient can appear anemia, fatigue, weakness, weight loss, the spirit is not easy to focus and so on. But often overlooked, if there is water loss, infection, bleeding, etc., then soon obvious symptoms.
Phase III: renal failure period. Kidney function has been very serious damage, 75% -95%, can not maintain the body's internal environment is stable, the patient fatigue, fatigue, attention can not concentrate and other symptoms intensified, anemia significantly increased nocturia, serum creatinine, And often acidosis. This period also known as azotemia period.
Four: uremia or renal insufficiency end. This period of glomerular damage has more than 95%, with severe clinical symptoms, such as severe nausea, vomiting, oliguria, edema, malignant hypertension, severe anemia, skin itching, mouth urine urine smell and so on.
The above is about the renal insufficiency staging symptoms, if you need to have a detailed understanding, you can consult our online experts, our experts will reply to you as soon as possible.
If you have other kidney problems that can be viewed on other web pages, you can also consult online, or in your email, firstname.lastname@example.org, we'll get back to you as soon as possible.