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The Reasons and Treatment for Diabetic Nephropathy Patients

Provided by Expert Yang Hongtao on : 2015-06-15 18:18

The Reasons and Treatment for Diabetic Nephropathy PatientsDiabetic Nephropathy is one typical complication of Diabetes. It is characterized by hyperfiltration of glomeruli, and then small amount of albuminuria, clinical proteinuria and then ESRD in the end. Pinpointing the risk factors of DN greatly helps its occurrence. If you have any question, please ask our ONLINE DOCTOR for free. We will give some advice as soon as possible.

Genetic susceptibility and high blood sugar directly result in the occurrence of DN. Other factors, of course, including high blood fat and high blood pressure etc. lead to DN too, but not as important as high blood glucose. According to the report reveals that around 30% of Diabetes patients would suffer from DN somehow, but others won’t no matter what.

Diabetic Nephropathy usually attacks 10 to 15 years later after onset of Diabetes. And also from this report, we found out that the duration of DM is closely associated with DN which makes it become one risk factor.

All in all, high blood sugar, duration, genetic factors, high blood pressure and lipid metabolism disorders etc. become risk factors of DN. Thereby, measuring blood glucose, lowering high blood fat and reducing high blood pressure could slow down the progression of Diabetic Nephropathy.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy as one of the innovation of traditional Chinese herb medicine, which has been matured in repairing damaged kidney function which is just impaired not necrotic.

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