Managing Acid Imbalance in CKD patients
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The kidneys manage acid balance
Knowing your risk for kidney disease
You can manage kidney disease with your health care providers guidance.
There is not a cure for CKD. However, there may be things you can do to slow the progression of kidney disease.
There are several strategies your health care provider may discuss with you. These may include dietary guidance, managing acid balance, blood pressure control, the use of angiotensin-converting-enzyme inhibitors and if appropriate, glycemic control. Always follow their guidance to improve your personal outcome.
Although early acid imbalance is generally without noticeable symptoms, the consequence to your muscle, bones and kidneys can be serious.
RenaCarb is the right alkali to manage acid imbalance
Acid imbalance is part of the CKD condition
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- Buffers 40% more acid than 650 mg sodium bicarbonate
- Contains less sodium per milliequivalent of buffer
- Is an enteric coated tablet that:
- Is easy to swallow
- Will not neutralize the stomach and cause bloating
- Maximizes delivery of buffer to the blood stream
Frequently Asked Questions
Enteric coating prevents tablets from dissolving in the stomach. By passing through the stomach and into the small intestine where the tablet is dissolved, patients no longer experience bloating and other GI side effects. This helps to improve patient compliance.
As directed by your health care provider.
Ingredients: 470 mg sodium bicarbonate, 260 mg magnesium carbonate, microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate, hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose, mica/titanium dioxide, polyethylene glycol, FD&C red #40, FD&C blue #2.
RenaCarb is a medical food formulated to be administered under the supervision of a physician in accordance with FDA regulations.