Many parents asked doctors that is there alternative treatment for nephrotic syndrome children? Of course, parents worried about their children very much. First of all, Nephrotic Syndrome refers to symptoms that including massive proteinuria (≧3.5g/d) clinically, hypoalbuminemia, hyperlipemia and obvious edema. It is induced by the increase of the glomerular filtration membrane and followed by loss of plasma protein. If you have any questions about your own or our therapies, please ask our ONLINE DOCTOR directly for free.
Nephrotic Syndrome, which in the early stage, the lesion of glomerular basement membrane is light, but along with the progress of disease, large amount of protein will be leaked to the urine, thus causing the reduced plasma protein in the blood. The reduction of level of plasma protein, especially the obvious drop of albumin will lower the blood plasma oncotic pressure and the liquid in the blood vessels will penetrate to the outsides resulting in edema and the reduction of efficient blood volume.
The common typical symptoms of NS include massive proteinuria, serious swelling, hyperlipidaemia, and hypoproteinemia. Children of Nephrotic Syndrome usually have severe edema and they have the risk of secondary infections and skin damages. Boys will have obvious scrotal edema.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is the top treatment for kidney diseases. There are some function of anti-inflammatory, anti-freezing, degrading extra cellular matrix, blocking the kidney damage ways and improving the GFR, which includes many steps such as foot bath, medical bath. It can alleviate the symptoms. It can reduce high creatinine and BUN and improve patients’ recover.
Traditional Chinese medicine has won popularity increasingly around the world because of the natural therapy and curative effect. Natural treatments are innovated on the basis of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). The natural treatments are Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, medicated bath, steaming therapy and so on. It is good for alleviating pain for nephrotic syndrome children.
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