CKD 4-5 Stage Renal Disease Management Intervention, the Investigation and Analysis of Kidney Disease in Long-term Sitting and Driving State, Kidney Patients Achieve Early Prevention and Early Treatment after Dietary Intervention
Kidney Patients Early Prevention and Early Treatment
Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a condition in which kidneys have been damaged and are no longer able to filter blood to keep healthy. In the early stages of the illness, the vast majority of patients do not exhibit any symptoms at all. Chronic kidney disease (CKD) may cause a wide range of additional health issues, including high blood pressure and anemia. The treatment of chronic kidney disease (CKD) is centered on preventing progression from early stages of CKD to end-stage CKD and reducing the risk of cardiovascular events and other consequences. The active involvement of patients in their own treatment is crucial, but their lack of knowledge and comprehension of CKD may restrict their engagement. The goal of this study was to see whether kidney patients could achieve early prevention and treatment following a dietary intervention for CKD 4-5 stage Renal Disease Management Intervention, as well as investigate and analyze kidney disease in long-term sitting and driving situations. Dietary intervention is recommended in the management of chronic kidney disease (CKD). The included patients will be split into two groups: control group and investigation group. The investigation group will get dietary treatment, whereas the control group will receive pharmacy treatment. Finally, the data are statistically analyzed by Analysis of Variance (ANOVA), Student unpaired t-test and Multivariate regression. This study confirmed that the dietary interventions for CKD 4-5 Stage renal disease help prevent and treat kidney disease early on.