Call Us 0086-15230187903
  Email US tongshanmed@yahoo.com

How does pediatric acute glomerulonephritis diet?

How does pediatric acute glomerulonephritis diet? The amount of water intake is measured by the amount of urine, edema, hypertension, and heart failure. Pediatric acute glomerulonephritis diet need to supply enough energy to supply sugar glucose early...

How does pediatric acute glomerulonephritis diet?

Oct 28, 2017 by Kidney Disease Expert

In summer and fall, it is a good season for glomerulonephritis in children. It is common in children of 5~14 years old, rare less than 2 years old, and the ratio of male to female is 2:1. Therefore, parents should pay more attention to, if the child has any discomfort, should promptly seek medical advice, inspection and treatment. Here is an introduction to pediatric acute glomerulonephritis diet.

How does pediatric acute glomerulonephritis diet?

How does pediatric acute glomerulonephritis diet? The amount of water intake is measured by the amount of urine, edema, hypertension, and heart failure. It is advisable to limit the moisture in the acute phase, but not excessively, so as to prevent the sudden decrease of the hemostatic capacity. The intake of salt should be limited to about 2g/d when there is obvious edema and high blood pressure. Proteins are high in quality proteins, such as eggs, milk, lean meat, etc.. But generally advocated into the low protein, high sugar diet until the diuretic began, after the symptoms basically alleviated, restore the regular diet.

How does pediatric acute glomerulonephritis diet? Pediatric acute glomerulonephritis diet need to supply enough energy to supply sugar glucose early 3 ~ 5mg/ (kg - D) intravenous infusion can reduce the body's protein decomposition and ketogenesis.

How does pediatric acute glomerulonephritis diet? The above is described in detail, children with poor self-control, so parents must pay more attention and more patience, in addition, we must pay attention to the psychological changes in children, so that children keep a good mood.

Tag:

Related articles

© Copyright 2015. All Rights Reserved. Kidney Disease Hospitals in China. RSS

Online consultation
Got a question?
看不清?点击更换