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Coronavirus Prevention Tips for Chronic Kidney Disease Patients and those on Dialysis


not a day goes by that you can’t turn on
the news and hear about the coronavirus and I’ve gotten a lot of questions about
what can kidney patients do to protect themselves and reduce the risk of
exposure well we’re gonna talk about that and more coming right up {music} Hello Kidney Warriors James here with Dadvice TV your online kidney health coach and this is
video number 63 and today we’re gonna talk about a very serious topic that you
are hearing all about and a lot of you out there are a bit concerned that’s the
coronavirus now the best source for information about the coronavirus is
going to be your local healthcare professionals as well as the CDC for
those here in the United States for those outside the United States find
your version of the Center for Disease Control and follow them on social media
and on their website now let’s talk about what you can do to help greatly
reduce your risk of becoming infected with the corona virus or the flu or
other viruses because the same precautions that you use to protect
yourself from the flu will help protect you from the corona virus now there
currently is no vaccination to prevent the corona virus but there are things
that you can do to greatly reduce your risk of exposure I spoke to a lot of
healthcare professionals and looked at recommendations from the CDC and other
organizations and put together this list of 10 things to help you greatly reduce
your risk of exposure let’s take a look at what they are number one stay home if
you feel sick or have any symptoms such as fever cough sore throat body aches
headaches or chills seek medical advice if your symptoms are serious if you have
difficulty breathing or if you’re concerned most importantly do not
skip dialysis treatments if you are on dialysis call your doctor and the
dialysis center for instructions number two cover coughs and sneezes with a
tissue then throw that thing in the trash if you don’t have a tissue call
for sneeze into your upper sleeve don’t cough into your hands number three avoid
others who are sick limit face-to-face contact with others as much as possible
keep at least six feet between you and anyone that’s coughing or sneezing
number four skip the handshake try an elbow bump head nod or a fist bump and
if you’re worried of offending someone by not shaking their hands here’s a
little tip do a little sniffle they’re not gonna want to shake your hands
number five wash your hands often with soap and water
for at least 20 seconds especially after going to the bathroom before eating and
after blowing your nose coughing or sneezing and if you don’t have soap and
water available use hand sanitizer with sixty to 95 percent alcohol
number six avoid touching your face as well as anyone elses this includes your
eyes your nose in your mouth also known as the t-zone number seven avoid
touching surfaces unnecessarily think about using your knuckles instead of
your fingertips for pushing buttons and use paper towels and tissues for opening
doors after you wash your hands now this one’s gonna be a real challenge with
children so keep an eye on them number eight routinely clean and
disinfect frequently touch surfaces and objects number nine stay help focused
get plenty of rest and sleep eat a nutritious and balanced diet stay
hydrated and get regular exercise not only is this good for improving your
body’s immune system but it also helps deal with anxiety number ten
share these tips with your family and others that you know that way everyone’s
taken precautions to minimize exposure if there is a virus outbreak in your
area you may want to reduce your risk even further by not going out
unnecessarily and if you can work from home it’s also wise to stock up on
shelf-stable foods along with water and two to three weeks worth of
prescriptions I’ve also updated the kid be friendly
shopping list you can download from Dadvice TV with an Emergency section it
lists what you should keep on hand to keep your kidney diet going for six days
without leaving the house as kidney patients it’s always good to follow
these best practices to minimize the chances of getting sick and as with any
medical situation your best source of accurate and helpful information is
going to be medical professionals and the CDC thanks for watching and I’ll see
you in the next video Thank you for watching!

18 thoughts on “Coronavirus Prevention Tips for Chronic Kidney Disease Patients and those on Dialysis

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  2. RENADYL has been started this week πŸ’πŸΌβ€β™€οΈ so excited πŸ˜† we keep in our refrigerator. Thank you πŸ™πŸ» for sharing James πŸ™‹πŸΌβ€β™‚οΈ

  3. reason for Coronavirus Ports are empty. Jobs are coming back. China doesn't like it. Stock market it's going up and down. Coronavirus is a hoax. We're going to be fine.

  4. You, as ever are a fount of wisdom and common sense. Right from when my GFR plummeted to Kidney Disease Stage 3 after I started thiazide diuretics I have followed your common sense wisdom and knowledge. I am now improved to Stage 2 and waiting my new blood results to see if I've been able to raise my filtration rate even higher. Thank you so much.

  5. Thank You James you are awesome! You always have the best & most informative info for us! You truly care about people and that is a rare quality these days!

  6. What’s funny is hand sanitizer cannot be washed off, so people who use that sanitizer are also ingesting that sanitizer and killing good gut bacteria.

  7. Sir i am ckd patient fsgs last 12 years. Now my creatinine 2.8 egfr 26.6 (last reported 23.1)how to improve gfr level with diet or home remedies. From india plz reply

  8. Did you see the girls video who cut out carbs (sweet potatoes, rice), increased water, and takes chromium picolinate and alpha lipoic acid? Her gfr went from 38 to 60.

  9. If I drink 1/2 my body weight in water in ounces each day I'm peeing constantly and co-workers start wondering. Heard tea is better choice than coffee.

  10. Very informative James. Keep it up! πŸ™‚

    By the way, my Mom has been diagnosed with CKD Stage 5. With the proper diet, she is still fighting without dialysis. My only worry is that her hemoglobin count goes down. Her doctor advised to have epoetin injection. She is also taking iron supplements but is not helping her hemoglobin count. Is there an alternative? Thank you in advance.

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