Hypertensive Nephropathy is a kind of benign arteriolar nephrosclerosis (also called hypertensive arteriolar nephrosclerosis) and malignant arteriolar nephrosclerosis caused by essential hypertension, accompanied by corresponding clinical manifestations of the disease.
Hypertensive patients need to monitor renal function.
Hypertension has great damage to heart, brain and kidney, and recent studies on these aspects have also attracted much attention. And the most serious kidney damage caused by hypertension is uremia, which is probably the most unwilling outcome of hypertensive nephropathy patients. So in order to prevent hypertensive nephropathy once detected is already uremia, hypertensive patients should promptly check their renal function.
Controlling blood pressure at an ideal level is a prerequisite for preventing impairment of renal function. In addition, it is more important for hypertensive patients to closely monitor their renal function. The specific measures are as follows:
1. Check renal function regularly. Including endogenous creatinine clearance rate, serum creatinine and urea nitrogen, preferably 1 times every 2 months.
2. Closely observe whether there are early symptoms of uremia. Such as fatigue, weakness of the waist and weak legs, loss of appetite or nausea and vomiting and other gastrointestinal symptoms, as well as complexion yellow, pale tongue, lips, pale eyelids and other anemia performance. In case of associated symptoms, renal function should be checked in time to confirm any abnormalities.
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