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    How Much Urine Output Should A Dialysis Patient Have

    2014-05-18 03:10| Font Size A A A

    How Much Urine Output Should A Dialysis Patient HaveWhen renal patients’ kidney function is damaged severely, patients will need to accept dialysis to remove the excess metabolic wastes in their body, which can correct their metabolic disorders. As we know, excess fluid in patient’s body can be removed out from patient’s body by dialysis. Well then, how much urine output should a patient with dialysis have?

    How does dialysis affect patient’s urine output?

    Dialysis is needed when patient’s kidney function is damaged severely, which can help keep patient’s internal metabolic balances. When patient’s kidney function is damaged severely, it is very likely for patients to have much fluid accumulating in their body and cause them to have edema, and dialysis is also a method that can remove the excess fluid out from patient’s body. Certainly, that will surely affect patient’s urine output, and patient’s urine output will be reduced because it is not very necessary for patients to produce urine to filtrate out the metabolic wastes from patient’s body.

    How much urine output should a dialysis patient have?

    Even though dialysis can affect patient’s kidney function, but it is hard to say how much urine output should a patient with dialysis have.

    In fact, patients with dialysis can have no urine output when their kidney function is lost absolutely, and patients can also have reduced urine output due to their low kidney function and the influence of dialysis. Besides, patients with dialysis can also have more urine than normal if they have damage in their kidney tubules, which have the effect of resorbing the filtered blood by glomeruli.

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