Does the nephrotic hospital analyze the clinical diagnosis method address of nephrosis? Kidney disease is not very strange to many people, but the understanding of kidney disease is also very superficial. For the discovery of kidney disease, a certain diagnosis must be made first. So, what are the methods for diagnosing kidney disease? Let's take a look at the following introduction.
Clinical diagnostic methods for renal disease:
1. Timely and correct collection of urine samples for examination: Routine urine testing is a convenient, sensitive, and accurate indicator for diagnosis, condition, and efficacy judgment, and must be valued.
For patients with edema and acute nephritis, it is necessary to accurately record the daily 24-hour intake and output volume. For patients with edema, weight should be measured once a week, for patients with ascites, weight should be measured once a week, and for patients with ascites, abdominal circumference should be measured once a week.
3. Patients with hypertension should have their blood pressure regularly measured.
"Patients with severe pleural effusion, ascites, uremic pericarditis, and heart failure often experience chest tightness, suffocation, and inability to lie flat. Therefore, the patient's lying position should be adjusted in a timely manner.".
During fluid replacement, the input amount per hour and per minute should be accurately calculated, and the infusion rate should be strictly controlled to prevent heart failure and pulmonary edema.
For patients who use diuretics, they should pay close attention to the reaction after medication and be alert to the occurrence of electrolyte disorders.
When intramuscular injection is performed on patients with edema, it is advisable to inject them deeply. After pulling out the needle, press the needle hole with a cotton ball for about 2-3 minutes to prevent the liquid from overflowing.
8. Treat specific problems symptomatically, observe the early manifestations of renal function damage, and pay attention to taking measures to protect renal function to prevent the development and deterioration of the disease.