Glomerular Fitration Rate, or GFR, is a vital indication of the kidney function through which we can know how well the kidneys are working or to what degree they are damaged. With the development of Nephritis Syndrome, patients always present decreased Glomerular Filtration Rate. Why dose the GFR go down in Nephritis Syndrome? Is there any effective treatment?
Causes of reduced Glomerular Filtration Rate in Nephritis Syndrome
Actually, it's because of what's going on in the glomerulus. In normal
condition, the capillaries are all nice and open and patent. Blood flows through
the capillaries smoothly, fluid gets filtered out into the urine, and the GFR is
In Nephritis Syndrome, there are too much immune complexes depositing in the
glomeruli, so the glomeruli are compressed by all that extra stuff, and you can
imagine how hard it is for the poor blood to flow through there. If the blood
can't flow through at the same rate, the filtration of fluid from the blood into
urine is decreased, and patients appear decreased Glomerular Filtration
How to improve the Glomerular Filtration Rate in Nephritis Syndrome?
Since we have found the exact cause of reduced GFR is due to immune complex
deposits, after we clear up them and repair the damaged glomeruli, the
Glomerular Filtration Rate can be increased naturally.
Here we'd like to introduce the most advanced therapeutic method to you,
which is called immunotherapy. It is an integrated Chinese and western therapy,
so we can guarantee the best treatment effects. Immunotherapy is consisted
1. New immunosuppressive agents-block further immune reaction so as to avoid
further decline of GFR.
2. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy-remove the immune complex
3. Immunotherapy-transfused through veins, repair the damaged glomeruli,
recover the kidney function, and regulate the immune system.
4. Immune clearance-immunoadsorption, plasma exchange and blood purification
can help us clear the toxins thoroughly.