Systemic Lupus Erythematosus is a kind of autoimmune diseases that will damage the patient's own connective tissue,causing inflammation and tissue injury. It may damage various organs,like heart,joint,skin,lung,blood vessel,liver,kidneys and nervous system. But what are the reasons and the relationship between them? Here the article may can help you learn more about your disease. Contact ONLINE DOCTOR to get more details quickly and directly for free.
Kidney Function means that the kidney can excrete metabolic waste to keep the sodium,potassium,calcium and so on in balance and maintain acid-base balance. Kidneys ensure the stability of the environment within the body,making the metabolism being more normal.
SLE belongs to hereditary disease that may effect the whole family. About 40%-50% of patients with SLE may suffer from Lupus Nephritis and need to take Kidney Dialysis to maintain their life. SLE will cause various strange symptoms,such as erythema,heart disease or even nervous system disease. The renal damage caused by SLE is called Lupus Nephritis,which signifies that patients’ kidneys have been damaged badly.
In clinic,patients may suffer from the symptoms of SLE,but also some severer symptoms and complications caused by Lupus Nephritis. Especially,Lupus Nephritis will be worse and worse,if there are no timely and effective treatments.
In other words,SLE is the fundamental cause of Lupus Nephritis. The bads news is that there are no specific treatments to treat the renal damage. What the medicine can do are just preventing flares and reducing their severity and duration when they occur. Kidney disease will be more serious.
If the SLE has developed kidney disease,it is necessary to limit and ease the renal damage. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy offers a better choice for all of patients with kidney disease.
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