Swelling of the kidneys can lead to a number of symptoms that include: Fever Rash Body ache Feelings of Nausea or vomiting Loss of appetite Fatigue and weakness Problems in sleeping patterns Changes in the urinate quantity Muscle cramps Swelling of the limbs Itching and irritation on the skin High blood pressureDFDAFF
Acute Interstitial Nephritis may be caused by: Drug Allergies Kidney Infections Deficiency of potassium in the blood. Presence of excessive calcium or uric acid in the blood.
The doctor diagnoses the disease by conducting a kidney biopsy, which gives information about the inflammation in the kidneys. An analysis of the urine tells about the specialized white blood cells which are visible in allergic reactions. The doctor may even conduct a gallium scan which detects the areas of infection. Complete blood count test Blood urea nitrogen test Blood creatinine test Blood gas test Urine test Kidney Biopsy
Ant-inflammatory drugs Anti-inflammatory medicines might be used for reducing the swelling in the kidneys. Restricting the intake of certain drugs Restricting the intake of medicines like antibiotics and proton pump inhibitors that cause Acute Interstitial Nephritis brings quick relief. Limiting salt intake Reducing the intake of salt and fluid in the diet can relieve the inflammation and the high blood pressure.
Acute Interstitial Nephritis, in most cases, can’t be prevented. Limiting the use of medicines that lead to this disease help in reducing the risk factors.
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