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Antipyretic analgesics is a kind of medicine with the function of bringing down a fever, relieving pain, reducing inflammation, anti-rheumatism, etc. It mainly includes aspirin, ibuprofen, ketoprofen and naproxen sodium and other drugs.

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Kidney Patients: Incorrect Use of This Medicine Is Fatal, So Do Not Use It Casually

2018-08-22 03:08

Kidney Patients: Incorrect Use of This Medicine Is Fatal, So Do Not Use It CasuallyAntipyretic analgesics is a kind of medicine with the function of bringing down a fever, relieving pain, reducing inflammation, anti-rheumatism, etc.

It mainly includes aspirin, ibuprofen, ketoprofen and naproxen sodium and other drugs.

Such drugs are of concern to people with kidney disease not because they are so effective in relieving heat and pain, but because they cause kidney damage.

How does antipyretic analgesic damage kidney?

Such drugs, when they are taking effect of antipyretic, analgesic and anti-inflammation, will cause obstruction to renal blood circulation, and renal vasoconstriction so as to reduce renal blood flow and decrease glomerular filtration rate, thus leading to renal damage.

Research data showed that school age children, the elderly and people with kidney disease, hypertension, cardiac insufficiency, liver cirrhosis are more likely to have kidney damage when using these drugs.

Can kidney patients still use antipyretic analgesics?

Taking aspirin as an example, taking it on medical advice does not increase the risk of kidney disease in people with normal renal function, but large doses can cause kidney damage. Moreover, in any literature, "abuse" can cause renal injury, so the key to use is "how to use". If it is normal, small dose and short-term use, the effect on renal function is not significant.

Therefore, for this kind of drug, it can't be used abusively in large quantity for long-term.

How do kidney patients use antipyretic analgesic drugs to avoid kidney damage?

-To consult a professional physician before use

-To take medicine in strict accordance with the doctor's suggestions and instructions;

-To use a minimum effective dose;

-To use them for Short-term;

-To drink plenty of water during medication and to avoid drinking alcohol.

-To avoid drug-induced kidney injury, you need to take medication regularly and not abuse them.

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