How To Avoid Relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome in Children

2016-11-25 16:19

Nephrotic Syndrom in Children,Avoid Relapse,Micro-Chinese Medicine OsmotherapyHow to avoid relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome in children? Most children with nephrotic syndrome respond to corticosteroids like prednisone and cyclophosphamide. However, 71.2% children experience a relapsing course with recurrent edema and proteinuria. To avoid the relapse of nephrotic syndrome in children, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy will help you a lot.

Long-term use of corticosteroids may cause many side effects and affect children’ future. What’s more, many other factors can cause the relapse of nephrotic syndrome, including infection, cold, too short steroid treatment period, rapid decreasing dose of prednisone.

Nephrotic syndrome is an immunogical disorder. It occurs when the immune system can not work normally. Thus, regulating the immune system is the key point.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can remove the immune complexes deposition in kidneys, prevent triggering of inflammatory response in kidneys, correct immune dysfunction and rebuild normal immunity. Besides, this therapy can expand blood vessels and remove thrombus to supply more blood and oxygen to kidneys. More importantly, kidney function is improved by Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy.

Of course Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is not the only choice for you in our hospital, we also have a series of Chinese medicine treatments which are mainly aim at repairing kidney damage and restoring kidney function. If you want to know about them, please leave us a message or send email to the following address, we will try our best to help you.

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