Complications of Primary Nephritic Syndrome
Primary Nephritic Syndrome is caused by Primary Glomerular Disease. If the patients can not get proper treatment in time, it will cause a series of complications.
The patients with Primary Nephritic Syndrome usually have the following problems:
(2) body resistance declines
(3) immune globulin and complements lose in urine, which can influence patients’ immunity
(4) using hormone frequently can increase patients’ susceptivity
The above factors are the main inducements of inspection, especially respiratory tract infection and urinary tract infection.
2. Thrombus and embolism
For patients with Primary Nephrotic Syndrome, the change in their blood coagulation, platelet system makes blood keep hypercoagulability. Moreover, insufficiency blood volume, hyperlipidaemia and so on make the blood viscosity increase and some medicines also can aggravate hypercoagulability. Therefore, the patients are very likely to have thrombus and embolism.
Some patients with Primary Nephritic Syndrome have hyperlipidaemia over time, which can cause atherosclerosis thus causing cerebrovascular diseases.
For patients with Primary Nephritic Syndrome, their bodies can not get enough protein over time, which can cause them to have emaciation, amyotrophy, malnutrition so the children will stop growing up. As the patients lose mass of protein in their urine, vitamin D3 and microelements can not get their conjugate so the patients’ bodies can not get sufficient vitamin D3 and microelements such as iron, zinc, copper and so on. As a result, the patients often have hypocalcemia, and microelement insufficiency.
5. Kidney damage
For water leaking into subcutaneous tissue and coelom, it can cause circulating blood volume to become insufficient. Therefore, kidneys can not get enough blood supplements thus causing prerenal axotemia. In some cases, the patients may have Acute Renal Failure.