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    How Much Water Needs for Kidney Failure Patients

    2015-05-15 06:36| Font Size A A A

    How Much Water Needs for Kidney Failure PatientsAs the old saying goes, “water is the source of life”. And there is a common sense that eight glasses of water intake in one day will help you stay health. Well then, for patients with Kidney Failure, they may not need to drink full eight glasses of water. Well then, how much water needs for renal failure patients?

    Kidney Failure refers kidneys has lost more than 85% renal function. In the normal conditions, one of important kidney functions is to discharge extra wastes and toxins as well as extra fluid from the body. However, patients with kidney failure are prone to suffer from water-retention in the body, which can cause swelling and increase blood pressure. Therefore, a proper water intake is very important to renal failure patients.

    Well then, how much water needs for kidney failure patients?

    Water is thought to be the best “clearer” of our body. It can increase urine output, so as to remove excessive wasteful products. Even though, kidney disease patients are still required to reduce water intake. Actually, a good suggestion should be given according to patients’ specific illness conditions. If you want to get the individualized diet plan, it is better to ask our Online Doctor directly or email to ckdstage@hotmail.com and we will do our best to help you.

    For people with Stage 5 Kidney Failure or ESRD, it is essential to restrict the water intake. The typical fluid allowance for dialysis patients is 700-1000 mL/day, plus urine output. It is just a reference number, and your specific requirements will be assessed by your doctor and dietitian.


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