For uremic patients, Hemodialysis is one of the more commonly used treatments. Many patients will ask before hemodialysis, how long can hemodialysis live? No one can give a definite answer to how long hemodialysis will last, because there are so many factors that can affect it.
How long uremic patients can live on hemodialysis depends on many factors, such as age at which dialysis begins, primary disease, complications, frequency of dialysis, compliance with doctor's advice, doctor's level, hospital qualifications, and so on. Generally speaking, young patients who have dialysis in our center are in a good state of mind and can work so that no one else can see that he is ill.
There is no particular conclusion as to how long uremic patients can survive hemodialysis, which is related to each person's own constitution and medical history. Some patients can survive for more than ten years under the treatment of dialysis, while others can not.
The greatest advice for uremic patients is the timeliness of treatment. If economic conditions permit, adequate dialysis can be guaranteed and complications can be reduced.
Do hemodialysis to pay attention to appropriate exercise, maintain a regular life, adequate nutrition, avoid fatigue, prevent colds and other diseases, in order to avoid aggravating renal failure. Current data show that if all goes well, dialysis and kidney transplant survival time is basically similar, about 80% of patients can live for one year, 60% of patients can live for five years. The main causes of death within the first five years were late dialysis, most of which were accompanied by serious complications, such as diabetes, and older age.
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