When Renal Failure, or Kidney Failure occurs, the kidneys cannot filter wastes and toxins in the body. Some medicines while helpful will also produce some wastes, burdening the kidneys. Which antihypertensive and oral antidiabetics are to be avoided in Renal Failure?
Medicine & Renal Failure
Patients with Renal Failure should be concerned about the following medicines.
Certain drugs, including exenatide, metformin, sitagliptin, and saxagliptin, are either contraindicated or must be carefully monitored and their dosages adjusted in patients with moderate, severe, or Renal Failure.
Angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors or angiotensin II receptor blockers (ARBs) should be used in for nephropathy patients. They are also helpful for reducing proteinuria. However, if hypertensive drugs need to be augmented or if these agents are not tolerated, other classes of antihypertensive drugs should be used.
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Natural medicines for Renal Failure
Some over-the-counter medicines are nephrotoxic and should be avoided. That’s why we choose Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for kidney disease patients. In our hospital, we may use oral medicines and external applications, according to the patient’s own illness condition.
Commonly used medicines and therapies are Maikang compositions, traditional Chinese herbal decoction, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath and Foot Bath, etc. The main function of our medicine is to improve blood circulation so that wastes can be eliminated. Then, kidneys can get enough blood volume and oxygen to repair the damaged renal tissues. This is to treat kidney disease by improving renal function.
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