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For dialysis patients, they usually have eye problems, such as intraocular pressure change, ocular fundus change, eye hemorrhage, blurred vision, optic neuropathy, etc. What causes eye problems in dialysis patients? After reading this artic

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Causes of Eye Problems in Dialysis Patients

2017-05-27 11:40

Causes of Eye Problems in Dialysis PatientsFor dialysis patients, they usually have eye problems, such as intraocular pressure change, ocular fundus change, eye hemorrhage, blurred vision, optic neuropathy, etc. What causes eye problems in dialysis patients? After reading this article, you will find out the answer.

-Heparin application

Heparin is a kind of anti-coagulation drug, which can help you prevent thrombus. But its application can cause eye hemorrhage, increased intraocular pressure, or even glaucoma.

-Calcium metabolism disorders

Dialysis patients usually suffer from calcium metabolism disorders, which can impair lens epithelial cells.

-High blood pressure or diabetes

High blood pressure or diabetes can cause eye hemorrhage. If your blood pressure and blood sugar is not well controlled, importance should be attached.

-Inadequate dialysis

Inadequate dialysis can cause massive waste products to build up in your body. With blood circulation, those wastes can be taken to every part of your body, including your eye so as to impair your eyes.

-Severe anemia or low blood pressure

Because the damaged kidneys can not secrete enough erythropoietin to make red blood cells, it is likely for kidney patients to experience anemia. And pernicious anemia is very common among dialysis patients. Besides, low blood pressure also often occurs during dialysis. These two factors can cause ischemia and anoxia in your eyes so as to impair your sight.

Eye problem is just a common side effect of dialysis. It can also cause skin itching, muscle cramp, weakness, nausea, vomiting, headache, etc. If you do not want to be troubled by those side effects, you should take treatment as early as possible to improve your kidney condition. As long as you still have urine output, it is possible for you to reduce dialysis frequency or even stop dialysis. Here Toxin-Removing Treatment is recommended. It is a combination of Chinese medicine, which can help you cleanse the polluted blood and improve blood circulation in your body to make internal environment good enough for kidney self-healing and other medication application. After about half month’s treatment, your discomforts such as skin itching, weakness, headache and so on will get relieved. After about one month’s treatment, your kidney function will increase gradually. With treatment going on, your living quality will be promoted as well.

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