Although dialysis is commonly used in kidney failure patients to help them reduce the elevated creatinine level as well as alleviate some poisoning symptoms. However, patients are more likely to experience some adverse effects during the process of dialysis, seizures is the most common one. Therefore, patients are eager to know what causes seizures during dialysis, most importantly, what should patients do with seizures during dialysis.
First of all, what causes seizures during dialysis ?
Dialysis is a treatment option to eliminate various toxins and wastes products out of body along with dialyzer. As a result, lots of substances, including wastes products and toxins deposited in blood and some useful substances, such as calcium, proteins would be also eliminated out of body. When calcium, a substance to keep bone health, are also removed out of body, patients often run high risk to suffer from seizures. During the process of dialysis, patients often run high risk to suffer from low blood pressure, a condition in which sufficient blood and oxygen can not be delivered inside kidney. As a result, patients are also more likely to experience seizures.
What should dialysis patients do with seizures ?
Reliving seizures should focus on improving kidney function. Only kidney function improves can you keep away from seizures fundamentally.
In Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital,a natural treatment named as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is provided for patients. This application mainly works to improve kidney function by extending blood vessels, promoting blood circulation, eliminating various toxins and wastes products, reliving inflammation and coagulation in blood. Additionally, Medicated Bath, Acupuncture therapy are also used to help kidney failure patients improve kidney function.
As long as kidney function improves, the frequency of dialysis is reduced and the you can live a high quality life.
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