Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Warning diabetic drugs with a negative impact on the kidneys.. Pain relief drugs. Anti-clotting drugs



Should avoid medications that have a negative Influence on the kidneys, Must not be used as a medicine by yourself only by reference to the attending physician. There are several drugs to be avoided for infected diabetic kidney And examples are medicines used for pain relief, such as Ibuprofen/ voltaren and indomethacin.   There is nothing wrong   Use of paracetamol (paracetamol) or aspirin.
Important Note on aspirin:   On aspirin (Aspirin) is better to discuss with your doctor the supervisor of the treatment if you want to eat,
But few dose (both 75 mg, 81 mg, 150 mg) of aspirin   Not affect the function of the kidneys   Do not affect in controlling blood pressure even in cases of diabetic kidney. As is well known, aspirin has a function other very important for diabetics, namely the protection of vascular devices and heart. 
Important Note on aspirin:   Prevents giving aspirin for patients with diabetes in the following cases: 
- Who are allergic to aspirin. 
- Who have the ability to bleed for any reason. 
- Who use the anti-clotting drugs. 
- Who have bleeding device (talk). 
- Who have active liver disease.