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Why chronic kidney disease and cardiovascular disease affect

Chronic kidney disease, especially renal failure, affects the cardiovascular system for two major reasons, that is myocardial damage and volume problems, both of which can be prevented. Poorly controlled diabetes, hypertension, anemia, disorders of calcium and phosphorus metabolism, inflammation, malnutrition, secondary hyperparathyroidism can lead to myocardial cell damage, causing myocardial contractility and heart failure. Cardiac myocytes, however, are not regenerable. Once the damage can not be repaired, the positive control of these adverse factors is a powerful measure to prevent heart failure. At the same time, patients with renal insufficiency often showed no urine or oliguria, intake of water and the metabolism of the body produce more water directly in the body, leading to blood volume expansion, cardiac overload and thus cardiac insufficiency, thus controlling water intake to prevent heart failure is very important.

Cardiovascular disease, due to severe arrhythmia or myocardial contractions, effective blood flow, decreased perfusion pressure resulting in insufficient blood supply to the kidneys can cause kidney damage, serious can appear kidney function decline; the cardiac dysfunction medication, often will increase the burden on the kidneys.

Presumably we have some understanding of the above common sense it! Only the correct diagnosis, to better treatment. If you have other kidney problems can browse other pages, you can also give us a message, the nephropathy specialist in Tongshantang TCM Hospital will give you the most professional and effective treatment.

Why chronic kidney disease and cardiovascular disease affect each other

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