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Acute Renal Kidney Failure- Symptoms, Causes &Treatment

Acute Renal kidney failure

What is Acute Renal Kidney Failure?

Acute Renal kidney failure means kidney loss its work ability. Kidneys remove wastes and extra fluids from human bodies. Its filters our blood & remove all those things that are harmful or extra for human bodies. It also removes acid and maintains a healthy balance in the body. When kidneys unable to filter our blood & remove wastes from the bodies it’s called acute kidney failure. It’s also called acute renal failure.

Acute renal failure is deadly and needs incentives to care for this. Day by day this problem is increasing rapidly. This failure isn’t always permanent. If you contact doctors immediately and get treatment right away -- and if you don’t have other serious health problems -- your kidneys can be reversed from these problems. So it’s very important to contact doctors immediately when anyone faces this problem.

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Acute Renal Failure Symptoms:

At the beginning level, you may not face any symptoms. When your doctors doing lab tests he may discover you have this problem.

Actually, you will face symptoms depending on how to lose your kidney functions. When your kidney loses its function you may face some symptoms such as

  • Less urine output
  • Swelling different body purses such as legs, ankles, feet, etc.
  • Shortness of breath
  • Weakness or feeling tried
  • Loss of appetite
  • Irregular Heartbeat
  • Swelling and joint pain
  • Confusion
  • Confusion
  • Coma or Seizures (severe case)
  • Skin problem
  • Fever
  • Stomach and Chest pain
  • Nosebleed

 

Acute Renal Failure Causes:

Acute kidney failure can occur for many reasons.

  • Heart or liver failure
  • Blood or fluid flow slow or lose
  • Blood pressure medications
  • Infections
  • Direct damage to kidney
  • Blood clots around the kidney
  • Block blood flow by deposits Cholesterol
  • Blocking urine tube, so that waste cannot remove from the body.
  • Kidney stone
  • Toxins
  • Tumor cells breakdown
  • Medication
  • Nerve damage
  • Blood disorder (Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura)
  • Bladder, colon, or Prostate cancer
  • High blood pressure
  • Diabetes

Or it can occur naturally at an advanced age.

 

Acute Kidney Failure Diagnosis:

Acute kidney

The treatment will start with a physical exam. The doctor will do blood, urine, and kidney test and measure the substances in the blood.
He will measure Creatinine, Urea nitrogen, Serum potassium, Serum sodium, etc. from the blood. He will also do Urine tests, urine output measure (how much urine pass in 24 hours). Kidney biopsy, or some tests, like ultrasonography or a CT scan that will show the kidney condition or blockage.

 

Kidney Failure Treatment:

Renal kidney disease treatment

If Kidney failure caught early stage it can be treated by diet, medication, or even dialysis.

Diet: If you have kidney failure, your doctor will tell you to diet until your kidneys heal. He will limit the amount of salt and potassium in your diet.  He will stop some of your medicine, if you have less water in your body, then water will enter the body through IV. He will cut that food that carries high potassium from your diet and will give you low potassium foods.

Medications: When kidney failure occurs, phosphorus and potassium cannot be excreted from the body. Your doctor may prescribe your potassium and phosphorus control medications. Medications will not help the kidneys to heal but will reduce the cause of kidney failure.

Dialysis: If your kidney damage is severe, you may need to undergo dialysis until it is cured. Dialysis does not work to heal the kidneys, but it does work until the kidneys working. If the kidneys do not heal, dialysis can be long-term.

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