Hyperlipidaemia refers to the higher blood lipid than normal,which may cause some disease directly,such as atherosclerosis,Coronary Heart Disease (CHD),pancreatitis ans so on. It can be divided into 2 types:primary hyperlipidaemia and secondary hyperlipidaemia. What can patients do to treat their disease condition? More information please contact ONLINE DOCTOR to get the details directly and quickly for free.
MCD,called Minimal Change Disease,is a common glomerular disease in children. It may be caused by various reasons. Besides,it may accompany the symptoms of Nephrotic Syndrome that are edema,proteinuria,hyperlipidaemia and hypoproteinemia and so on.
Doctor take creatinine as a main indicator to check the renal function. it really can reflect the renal parenchyma injury more accurately,but it is not a sensitive indicator. When patients GFR (Glomerular Filtration Rate) drops into normal 1/3,creatinine will increase obviously. In other words,once you are diagnosed with high creatinine,your kidneys must have been damaged badly. Creatinine 2.12 signifies that the patients disease condition has worsen into stage 3. In this stage,there some symptoms and minor complications are appearing,which may effect patients daily life and cause some discomfort.
Owing to disease worsen,the leakage of proteinuria will become worse and worse,which means that the protein is lacking. So liver has to generate more protein to supplement the insufficient of protein. As the same time,more lipid will be generated too. As the time goes on,patients’ blood lipid level will increase.
For patients,taking a low intake of fat,water,salt and a high quality of protein is beneficial for patients condition. Besides,to keep a healthy lifestyle is also good for patients. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can remedy the kidney damage fundamentally.
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