Proteinuria patients often have a large amount of Albumin in their urine, so they lose a lot of Protein in their body. Can they supplement protein with food? Following this article to get the answer, or you can consult ONLINE DOCTOR directly in free.
The answer is yes. Even for patients with chronic glomerulonephritis develop into End Stage Renal Disease, they are also suggested a high-quality low-protein diet.
So how can patients who lose a lot of albumin supplement protein through diet? For patients with different conditions, different standards of protein supplement should be adopted, as follows
1. The daily intake of protein should be controlled at 0.6-0.8 g/kg body weight.
2. During the period of dialysis treatment, especially during peritoneal dialysis, the daily intake of protein should be increased, about 1.2-1.5 g/kg body weight.
3. Nephrotic syndrome patients, who lose a lot of protein in urine, such as those with normal renal function, advocate eating a high-protein diet to correct hypoproteinemia, reduce edema and improve or enhance body resistance.
4. Protein intake should be limited if patients with nephritis have azotemia or early renal insufficiency. Otherwise, it will accelerate the deterioration of renal function.
In a word, different diets should be adopted for different diseases. When patients with nephropathy have a large amount of proteinuria, there is no need to panic; when a small amount of proteinuria occurs, the severity of the disease can not be overly ignored. It is better to diagnose the disease in time and formulate appropriate treatment programs for proteinuria. Rehabilitation of renal function and elimination of proteinuria from the perspective of renal pathological damage.
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