What’s treatment for dialysis patients with electrolyte imbalance Electrolyte imbalance is one of the major causes for dialysis patients to make diet changes, so a timely and effective treatment is very important. If not treated or leaf alone, it will cause damages or disorders on our other organs or tissues like heart, muscle and nerve system and so on. Therefore, knowing its treatment and bringing it under control successfully is very necessary for dialysis patients.
The organ of kidney plays an important role in the regulation of fluids and electrolytes. When they malfunction, metabolism of mineral like potassium and calcium will be affected.
For most of the dialysis patients, their kidney function has been severely impaired. In their kidney, there are healthy, injured and necrotic kidney intrinsic cells or kidney tissues. Kidney works through a group of kidney intrinsic cells. When these injured cells are repaired and begin to function again, kidney function gets improved and meanwhile, electrolyte imbalance is alleviated as well.
Successful improvement of kidney function is very important for dialysis patients to treat electrolyte imbalance effectively, but it does not mean this is all they can do. Generally speaking, aside from treating kidney damages, dialysis patients also need to take some medicines to remit their electrolyte imbalance. What medicines are used depends on their specific illness condition.
Besides, they also need to adjust their diet, so as to prevent electrolyte imbalance from being worsened. For dialysis patients who are living with high potassium, high sodium and high phosphorus, they need to eat less or eat no foods rich in potassium, sodium and phosphorus. Also, try to eat more high calcium foods if calcium level in blood is lower than the normal range.
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