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Detailed analysis of dietary guidelines for purpura nephritis

Purpura nephritis is a kind of nephritis, and now more and more people suffering from purpura nephritis. Patients with purpuric nephritis, in addition to actively cooperate with the doctor's treatment, the diet also have to pay attention, such as water, salt, protein intake, are limited. The following is a detailed analysis of the dietary guidelines for purpura nephritis.

Water intake: patients with purpuric nephritis do not need to control the intake of water if there is no oliguria, edema patients should be based on the degree of urine and edema to grasp the degree of water intake, generally speaking, if the edema is obvious, in addition to eating, water intake is best limited on the 500-800ml/ day is more appropriate. Urinary tract infection, in order to avoid and reduce the bacteria in the urinary tract to stay and multiply, the patient should drink plenty of water, dilute urination, in order to achieve the purpose of frequent rinse bladder and urethra.

Salt intake: If patients with purpuric nephritis without edema or high blood pressure, it is not necessary to limit the salt, can be the same as normal daily salt 10 grams, limiting salt intake mainly for patients with edema and hypertension, because it does not limit the salt can add heavy water sodium retention, so that edema is difficult to fade, causing blood pressure rise. Generally every day, control salt in 2-3 grams, severe edema should be limited to 0.5 grams per day. Urine, elevated serum potassium should limit the intake of potassium.

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Protein intake: for patients with purpuric nephritis protein intake also has some requirements, neither strict control of protein intake, and can not be too much emphasis on high protein diet, because plasma protein can continue to decline in resistance to decline Infection, edema, aggravated, and high protein diet can cause high glomerular filtration, for a long time to promote glomerular sclerosis. Daily protein intake to 1g / kg body weight is appropriate, but also to high-quality protein-based. Protein may be appropriate to use, adult daily intake of about 60 grams, and to high biological protein-based, such as eggs, lean meat, fresh milk. Recommended protein: (1) milk in the morning half a catty, noon lean meat 50g, 2 egg white at night. (2) morning egg white two, noon lean meat 100g, 1 evening egg white.

The above is the detailed analysis of purpura nephritis dietary guidelines, hoping to help you. Patients with purpuric nephritis in the treatment process must pay attention to diet, diet is not only related to the health of the body, but also related to the treatment of patients, healthy and reasonable diet has a supporting role in drug therapy. If you can, you can ask a professional doctor to develop a diet plan according to the disease, to prevent improper diet, affecting the treatment effect.

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