¢ò.Excessive sodium: Every day we take in sodium in our diet, which is mostly in table salt, soy sauce, pickled foods, and so on. If a kidney is normal, the excessive sodium can be excreted by the kidney through the urine. But when kidney function declines, superfluous sodium salt cannot be excreted, causing retention of sodium and water, namely there is much sodium in blood, as well as water in blood vessel, causing blood pressure to increase. Therefore, patients with uremia should eat less salt, which is also very important for blood pressure control.
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