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What Are the Symptoms of Nephrotic Syndrome and Its Treatment

Provided by Expert Yang Hongtao on : 2015-07-29 16:40

What’s Treatment for Nephrotic Syndrome Patients

Nephrotic Syndrome (NS) is not an independent disease but a condition caused by a group of diseases which damage the glomerular basement membrane. The symptoms of nephrotic syndrome is evident. If you have any question please ask our ONLINE DOCTOR for free.

Nephrotic syndrome is characterized by a large amount of proteinuria, which is also the basic pathophysiological mechanisms of nephrotic syndrome. You may ask that to what extent can proteinuria called a large amount of proteinuria. Here is a measuring standard, when the protein is over 3.5g per day for adult and 50mg per day for children, it is called a large amount of proteinuria.

In addition, all that can cause the pressure to glomerular, high perfusion and high filtration can increase the excretion of proteinuria, such as high blood pressure, high-protein dite and plasma protein infusion. Hypoproteinemia is another symptom of nephrotic syndrome. When plasma albumin is lower than 30g/L, it is called hypoproteinemia. Because a large amount of protein is lost through urine, hypoproteinemia occurs

Swelling is also a common symptom of nephrotic syndrome. It is caused by hypoproteinemia and water-sodium retention.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy plays an important role in repairing kidney lesions and improving kidney functions. Micro-Chinese medicine can dilate blood vessels and improve blood circulation,which can improve kidney function.

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