Do you know, what is Nephrogenic diabetes insipidus (NDI) and what is nephrogenic diabetes insipidus treatment with Hydrochlorothiazide? This is the condition of kidney when that is unable to have concentrated urine with the arginine vasopressin.
It has severe outcome and it can lead to polyuria and polydipsia, which can quite intense in few cases. This is generally caused by hypertonic dehydration. There could many other related disease may disrupt the proper functioning of mind. Sometimes it may be the cause of retarding the psychosomatic.
It may cause seizure also in few cases that could result in many other complications. There was no sign of excessive thirst in diabetes.
The tests were carried on in few patients and during the treatment, problem of dehydration and imbalance of electrolyte was not found at all. Every patient was found to have normal growth in the body. The researcher has also not found any kind of cerebral calcification. We may also say there was no sign of seizure in anyone that were treated.
Also, there was no side effect with the treatment conducted. It was also found effective for prolonged treatment with hydrochlorothiazide. The way patient tolerated the hydrochlorothiazide was remarkable.
Nephrogenic diabetes insipidus is a disease that is inherited due to failure of kidney. In this stage kidney make huge quantity of hypotonic urine.
Treatment of nephrogenic diabetes insipidus is difficult but not impossible as it was few years back. With recent research it has been cleared that this nephrogenic diabetes insipidus treatment is possible.
In nephrogenic diabetes insipidus treatment, dehydration is avoided (as patients feel excessive thirst in diabetes) and insist on the reduction of polyuria.
For Treatment of nephrogenic diabetes insipidus, initially doctor used hydrochlorothiazide. But reasesck in 1980s, it was found that if they use indomethacin and hydrochlorothiazide at time with combination then result were outstanding.