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Smoking and Kidney Disease

Smoking is a habit all around the world. May, 31th every year is set as the World No-Tobacco Day by WHO, on which, a lot of propaganda will begin to tell us that smoking is bad for our health and our ultimate goal is to stop smoking one day. World No-Tobacco Day begins in 1988, which indicates human’ s care about the health and we begin to pay attention to the harm that smoking does.Should Polycystic Kidney Disease Patients Stop Smoking
All of us know that smoking is harmful to the lung. As a matter of fact, it can also damage other organs such as kidney eventually. It is reported that smoking can accelerate atherosclerosis, which leads to high blood pressure or hypertension. Some people did a test, whose result goes as follows: 10 minutes after smoking, the secretion of adrenergic and norepinephrine will rise, which can make the heart beat increases, thus causing high blood pressure(High Blood Pressure and Kidney Disease). In addition, people who often smoke may also have malignant high blood pressure, which can influence the effects of hypotensor and influence the treatment of high blood pressure.Can Nephrotic Syndrome Patients Undergoing Dialysis Smoke
Long time high blood pressure may lead to damage to the kidney. When patients are in hypertension, blood pressure will not keep stable, which rises or decreases suddenly. In this case, the rising and falling blood pressure will stimulate the renal glomerular capillaries, which leads the wall of the renal glomerular to suffer from more pressure. The capillary walls suffer from brushing, which leads the lumen of renal capillary to become narrower, thus causing renal insufficiency. Then, the renal glomerular capillaries will be damaged, which attracts the infiltration of inflammatory cells. Long time filtration will make the structure of the cells change. Then, the renal glomerular filtration function will be damaged, thus causing kidney damage.Is Smoking Suitable for FSGS Patients

World No-Tobacco Day is coming. Let’s take more care about our body, keep far away from smoking and keep healthy.

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