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Medications To Avoid While On Dialysis
Simple answer is that it is a medical technology used primarily to provide an artificial replacement for lost kidney function in people with renal failure. Hemodialysis remove wastes and excess water from the blood by circulating blood outside the body through an external filter, called a dialyzer. Blood and dialysate flow through in opposite directions and the ...Read more
Avoid dialysis: Yes, it is possible to avoid dialysis in stage 2 kidney, but it is not guaranteed. You need to be under the care of a nephrologist to find out what caused your ckd in the first place. Was it due to poorly treated hypertension and/or diabetes? Was it due to some disease of the disease of the kidney's glomeruli? Find a good nephrologist to increase your chances of not having your ckd progress. ...Read more
Avoiding dialysis: When to start dialysis is sometimes an easy decision, and sometimes more difficult. If your nephrologist sees a need then there is a good chance there really is one, but there can be differences between nephrologists as to absolute need for dialysis in cases where the lab or clinical data are not clear cut. Tthere are many risks, benefits and alternatives to discuss, so a second opinion may help. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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Depends: It depends if the medications are renally excreted and if they are dialyzable. If they are renally excreted and not dialyzable then they hang around in the body for a long time and have no way of being removed. If they are not renally excreted then the patient shouldn't have any problem with the medication. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Well my dad is suffering from kidney problem..
creatine: 6.2 (currently)
i wish to avoid dialysis but your wor?
Unlikely: With a creatinine of 6.2 his kidneys are failing and not filtering the blood. Without dialysis he will become septic and could die. Looks to me as you really don't have a choice at least right now. If something acutely caused his cr to rise than treating that could keep him from needing dialysis chronically. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it possible for a chronic kidney stage 5 patient to prolong dialysis and kidney transplant by just specialised medication and strict diet?
Yes: Yes; an appropriate (but relatively strict) diet would have to be adhered to as recommended by your nephrologist. Exercise and hydration are equally important. Stage v renal disease, however is near " end-stage" and will likely progress into renal failure at some time. Peritoneal dialysis is an extremely appropriate, and oftentimes under used/recommended option, especially for younger patients l. ...Read more
If a kidney transplant fails after 3 years, can the patient go back to dialysis to stay alive? Do the immunosuppressant medications need to be cont?
No: The sole purpose for the immunosuppression is to keep the body from rejecting the graft and thus there is no reason to keep taking it if the transplant is no longer functioning. Yes you will need to get dialysis while waiting for another transplant. Best to check with your nephrologist to see if there may still be some residual function in the transplant before you stop the IS drug. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is their other treatment other than dialysis and transplant for chronic kidney disease ? At stage 4 ..... Is there medication available to repair ?
Treatment of CKD: At ckd stage 4, you do not need dialysis at present. If you ckd progresses to end stage renal disease, you will need to start on dialysis or have a transplant. You do not list that you have diabetes or hypertension, if the cause of your ckd is polycystic kidney disease, not much can be done for your decline into higher stages of ckd. Your nephrologist is the one to speak to about your prognosis. ...Read more
My father has hepatitis C (genome1) - 1 kidney - creatanine @ 9.1 - uric acid @ 11.2 - anemic - pottasium @ 6 - want to avoid dialysis - please help?
Avoiding dialysis?: It does not seem you father can avoid dialysis with a creatinine of 9.1 and a potassium of 6. You did not mention his co2 and that should be low as well. If your father does not start dialysis within the next few days, he runs the risk of death due to a high potassium level. In my opinion, if he wants to live, he needs to start dialysis as soon as possible. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Was told I have renal failure and cretin level 7 , can I avoid dialysis .
I am on a very heavy diet avoiding sodium, potassium, protin?
Most time not: Dialysis will take at least 3 h 3 times a week from your time and if you have a catheter for dialysis that is obvious that will be very hard to explain to others. Symptom wise some patients may feel drained after hemodialysis and they may have anemia but these symptoms are not specific for dialysis . In conclusion if you do not have symptoms it is very hard to tell. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is there anything I should be doing right now to assist me in preparation for dialysis when the time comes? (the do's and don't s ). Thank you.
Yes: If you have renal insufficiency ("pre-dialysis" kidney disease) you should consider getting a fistula placed. Since you have some klidney function you are a better surgical candidate, will heal better, and can get a native vein fistula (the best kind). Don't wait until you start dialysis because you may need a catheter (which is not good). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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