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Don't let your guard down, this is the initial chronology of the occurrence of Acute Kidney Failure

Written By Hanny & Melissa on Wednesday, May 01, 2019 | Wednesday, May 01, 2019

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Why is it said to be acute kidney failure, and what is acute kidney failure ...?. Acute kidney failure is a term that refers to the condition when a person's kidney is suddenly damaged, so it cannot function.

Acute kidney failure occurs when the kidneys suddenly cannot filter chemical waste from the blood, which can trigger the accumulation of waste. Usually, acute kidney failure occurs as a complication of other serious illnesses, and is generally suffered by the elderly.

The kidney can experience acute kidney failure quickly, in just a few hours. If not treated immediately, acute kidney failure can endanger the life of the sufferer.

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Acute Kidney Failure...

Some of the symptoms of acute kidney failure that generally appear are reduced urine production, well as:

1. Nausea and vomiting.
2. Decreased appetite.
3. Breath odor becomes unpleasant.
4. Shortness.
5. High blood pressure.
6. Easy to get tired.
7. Decreased consciousness.
8. Dehydration.
9. Seizures.
10. Tremor.
11. Pain in the back, under the rib cage.

In early symptoms, acute kidney failure usually does not show any symptoms. However, this disease can worsen quickly and suddenly the sufferer experiences some of the symptoms above.

The initial chronology of the occurrence of Acute Kidney Failure...

Acute kidney failure can occur due to reduced blood flow to the kidneys, such as low blood volume due to bleeding, excessive vomiting and diarrhea, resulting in severe dehydration and burns.

The amount of heart pumped blood is below normal due to anaphylactic shock, liver failure, heart failure or sepsis. Then acute kidney failure can also occur as a result of injury to the kidney itself which results in:

1. Certain diseases, for example glomerulonephritis, uremic hemolytic syndrome, vasculitis, and scleroderma.

2. Blood clots in veins and renal arteries.

3. Infection.

4. Medicines, such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and aminoglycoside antibiotics.

5. Contrast fluid used when examining X-rays or CT Scan.

6. Other poisons, such as alcohol or heavy metals

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In addition, acute kidney failure can be caused by a blocked urinary tract, so that waste from the kidneys cannot be removed through urine. This blockage of urine flow can be caused by:

1. Enlarged prostate

2. Kidney stones.

3. Pelvic area tumors, for example a bladder or ovarian tumor.

Then, for a number of complications that can occur due to acute kidney failure is metabolic acidosis. This metabolic acidosis certainly causes dizziness, nausea, vomiting, and tightness. Besides that the complications can also cause other things, namely:

1. Permanent kidney damage.

- Complicated acute kidney failure into chronic kidney failure requires permanent dialysis or kidney transplantation.

2. Hyperkalemia.

- Hyperkalemia or high levels of potassium in the blood can cause muscle weakness, paralysis, and arrhythmias.

3. Pulmonary edema.

- Pulmonary edema occurs when fluid buildup occurs in the lungs.

4. Pericarditis.

- Inflammation of the pericardium, the membrane that wraps the heart, will cause complaints of chest pain.

5. Death.

- Death dominates patients who have had kidney disease before.

Acute Kidney Failure and the risk...

There are several factors that can increase a person's risk of developing acute kidney failure, namely:

1. Suffering from diabetes, hypertension, obesity, and liver disease.

2. Suffering from previous kidney disease, such as chronic kidney failure.

3. Suffering from peripheral arterial disease.

4. 65 years of age or older.

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