How To Get Rid of Proteinuria In Nephrotic Syndrome
Nephrotic Syndrome may occur when the filtering units of the kidney are damaged. This damage allows protein normally kept in the plasma to leak into the urine in large amounts, which reduces the amount of protein in your blood. Then how to get rid of proteinuria in Nephrotic Syndrome?
1. ACR or PCR measurements should usually be performed in preference to 24h urine collections for determining urinary protein excretion.
2. ACR is more sensitive for detecting low levels of proteinuria and is the recommend method for screening and measuring proteinuria in patients with diabetes.
3. For quantification and monitoring of higher levels of proteinuria PCR may be preferable.
The root cause of proteinuria is from injured filtering units of kidneys. If you want to eliminate proteinuria from root, you have to repair filtering units of the kidney. Only western medicines can not repair the tissues while Chinese Medicine Treatment can do it. Our Chinese Medicine Treatment including Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Medicated Foot Bath, Medicinal Soup, Steaming Therapy, Enema Therapy and Acupuncture, etc can repair injured filtering units of kidneys and improve renal function. In this way, proteinuria can be eliminated from root. Chinese Medicine Treatment first gives you a clean blood environment through removing wastes and toxins from the body. Then Chinese medicines can improve blood circulation, degrade extracellular matrix, provide nutrients, prevent inflammation and coagulation. This is the treatment principle of Chinese medicine treatments for getting rid of proteinuria in Nephrotic Syndrome. No relapse occurs.
Chinese Medicine Treatment is best treatment for proteinuria in Nephrotic Syndrome. If you want to know more information, you can leave a message below or consult our online doctor directly.
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