How to Treat Nephrotic Syndrome
There are a lot of people with nephritis or nephrotic syndrome who do not get remission after a long course of treatment. Proteinuria and blood in the urine always relapse. Why? Why such unconspicuous diseases can not be cured.
The reason is that kidney disorder is caused not only by the kidney damage but also the whole body problems. In fact, kidney disease is closely related to the immune response.
The immune system can be classified into two types: immune reaction which involves in B lymphocyte, and humoral immune reaction involving in T lymphocyte. Medicines are used before they have not been clear about the relationship between immune reaction and humoral immune reaction. It is likely to lead to medicines misuse which not only damage other organs but also cause a lot of side effects.
How to treat nephrotic syndrome and nephritis?
In hospital, a new theory is found by a team of experts after plenty of clinical trials and experiments. An accurate diagnosis is vital for the successful treatment. Diagnosis aims to find if the disease is caused by immune reaction or humoral immune reaction. So, before making the treatment plan a battery of tests are necessary such as CD4+/CD8+,CD4+, CD8+,B cells etc. It is used to find out the causes,
After the accurate diagnosis, approach treatments are also important that must be the best. Anti-inflammation is not enough to stop the immune reaction which needs block, remove, regulate and protect the immune system.
If the nephritis and nephrotic syndrome is caused by the immune reaction involving in B cells, we will take steps to block the immune system, along with the most-advanced blood purification techniques and traditional Chinese medicine which regulates and protects the immune system.
It is thought that these approach treatment is a comprehensive treatment which treats disease based on the underlying causes.
With 26 years’ experience and expertise in treating kidney disease, they are more confident to cure or offer a better treatment for people with nephritis and nephritis syndrome.
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