While some people are considering whether to do dialysis, it is important to know if they are suitable for hemodialysis, and see what the indications are for dialysis. So what is the indication of hemodialysis?
Blood dialysis is not contraindication, but not all patients are subject to hemodialysis. Dialysis is often difficult to maintain in children over the age of 70 or under 4 years of age. Malignancies, alzheimer's disease, cerebrovascular disease, etc. Chronic liver disease, shock or cardiovascular function resistant to extracorporeal circulation; Serious bleeding risk; The patient is mentally abnormal and the author and the family members do not agree to be able to do blood.
What is the indication of blood dialysis?
1, The indications for chronic maintenance of hemodialysis:
The clinical manifestation of chronic kidney failure, blood urea nitrogen exceeds 20 millimol/liter, blood creatinine exceeds 400 micromol/litre and can carry on the maintenance blood dialysis.
2, emergency dialysis refers to:
2.1 High blood potassium (more than 6.5 millimol/liter) that cannot be controlled by drugs.
2.2 The drug cannot be treated with low urine, no urine, and high edema;
2.3 The combination of chronic renal failure, acute cardiac failure, pulmonary edema, and cerebral edema;
2.4 Uncontrolled hypertension;
2.5 The drug cannot be corrected for metabolic acidosis;
2.6 The symptoms of the heart, the gastrointestinal hemorrhage, and the central nervous system.