For patients with Chronic Renal Failure (CRF), the renal function declines seriously. Therefore, kidney can not discharge the phosphorus intake, which can cause them to have Hyperphosphatemia. It is an important inducement of hyperparathyroidism. Moreover, it can cause calcium-phosphorus product to increase, which lead soft tissue to calcification. Therefore, it is very important for patients with Chronic Renal Failure to prevent Hyperphosphatemia. Then what the patients should do? As follows:
1. Limit phosphorus intake
The patients with CRF should limit phosphorus intake within 800 milligrams
per day. Therefore, they should keep a low protein diet. As one gram protein
intake contains 15 milligrams phosphorus. Therefore, they should decline the
protein intake so as to reduce the phosphorus intake. The patients should keep
away from the food that contains high phosphorus such as yolk, animal offal.
2. Clear away phosphorus from intestinal tract
The patients with CRF should take phosphate binders to clear away the
phosphorus from intestinal tract. The patients should take the medicines 10
minutes before meals or during the meals so as to make the phosphate binders mix
with food. Then the patients can discharge the phosphorus by excrement.
3. Use dialysis to clear away phosphorus
The patients with CFR can use dialysis to clear away the phosphorus in their
body according to their own disease condition.
The above article has told patients how to take preventive measures against
Hyperphosphatemia. If you want to know more about CRF or Hyperphosphatemia, you
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