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How does chronic renal failure affect the respiratory system?

Chronic renal failure is due to various causes of chronic progressive parenchymal damage, resulting in the inability of the kidneys to maintain basic functions. Chronic renal failure if not treated in time, there will be a series of complications, mainly including respiratory complications, then, How does chronic renal failure affect the respiratory system?

(1) chronic renal failure lung: also called renal failure, pulmonary edema, renal failure, pneumonia. Its symptoms of kidney disease are mild, and early symptoms of systemic failure are only caused by renal failure. With the development of nephropathy, mild to moderate cough, small amount of sputum and dyspnea are gradually developed. For the development of interstitial fibrosis, dyspnea and cyanosis aggravated. Small and medium-sized hemoptysis is also an important symptom of kidney disease. With cardiogenic pulmonary edema, pulmonary infection and pulmonary hemorrhage and nephritis syndrome differentiation.

(2) renal failure pleural disease: the incidence rate is from 15% to 20%. There are pleural friction, chest pain or chest discomfort, dyspnea or fever. The pleural friction rub lasts 1~15 days and may be accompanied by exudation. There was no relation between blood urea nitrogen and exudation.

(3) pulmonary calcification: CRF often causes calcification of soft tissue, and the lung is the most common site. The clinical manifestations were chronic dyspnea or acute or subacute respiratory failure. The chest radiograph was completely normal. Calcium removal, removal of parathyroid glands, low phosphorus diet, oral administration of alumina, and the use of low calcium dialysate, increasing the number of dialysis sessions or durations, can reverse calcification.

(4) chronic pulmonary edema caused by chronic renal failure: is one of the common emergencies in the Department of nephropathy. When patients with chronic renal failure, especially with oliguria, anuria, such as sudden severe dyspnea, orthopnea, with fear, a sense of suffocation, pallid, cyanosis, sweating, cough, expectoration, hemoptysis and may be accompanied by a large pink foam sputum, two of lung rales and full symmetry wheeze, increased heart rate, weak pulse should be considered acute pulmonary edema.

The above is about the "How does chronic renal failure affect the respiratory system" related content of the presentation, hoping to help you. Patients with chronic renal failure in the course of treatment must cooperate with the doctor's treatment, obey the doctor's arrangements, strictly according to the doctor's medication, timely review, regular review, to avoid affecting other complications.

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