A Common Symptom of Chronic Kidney Disease in Stage 3
Why does renal anemia occur in the patients with Chronic Kidney Disease in stage 3?
a. Erythropoietin (EPO) reduces. EPO is a kind of hormone secreted by kidneys and liver, which can stimulate erythropoiesis. Over 90% of EPO is excreted by kidneys and the liver excretes less than 10%. When renal lesion occurs, the level of EPO secreted by failing kidneys does not adequately meet the need of the body for patients with Chronic Kidney Disease. This is one of the main reasons for renal anemia.
b. Malnutrition. Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease need to control the intake of protein, and the protein removed in the urine increases. All these decrease the density of plasma protein, and as the material of hematopoiesis, the protein reduces, which leads to renal anemia(Anemia and Kidney Disease).
c. Common bleeding such as epistaxis and bleeding gum and loss of Ferrum can lead to renal anemia.Proteinuria and Kidney Disease
d. All kinds of pathological causes lead to kidney lesion. The filtering function of the kidneys reduces. Then toxins cannot be removed from the body. These accumulated toxins in the body will disturb the forming and metabolism of red blood cells, which causes renal anemia.
Those are the reasons why renal anemia occurs. Patients should go to Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease hospital having a Stem Cell Therapy examination and adopt the treatment in time if necessary, because renal anemia is a common symptom of Chronic Kidney Disease. Patients should have a routine test of urine, even if your urine seems normal.
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