The patients with Nephrotic Syndrome often complain they have received systemic treatment and the symptoms disappear at that time. However, a short time later, it will relapse, especially after colds. What’s worse, the disease relapses more and more frequently after every treatment. Why this happens and how to deal with the relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome?
In Nephrotic Syndrome, with the declining of renal function, the glomerular
filtration membrane is injured and can not prevent the protein from leaking into
urine. Consequently, the patients will have a large amount of proteinuria and
even exceeds 3.5 grams in 24 hours. Due to protein loss, it will lead to a
series of symptoms like serious edema, hypoproteinemia and hyperlipidaemia. In
the conventional therapies, the patients mainly use hormone to treat the
disease. It can be neglected that hormone treatment actually has played an
important role in treating Nephrotic Syndrome. After the treatment, the
patients’ clinical symptoms will alleviate and even eliminate very soon.
However, hormone therapy only treats the symptoms, but can not treat the cause
of Nephrotic Syndrome.
What’s worse, with the disease progression, the patients
have to increase the hormone dosage gradually and long-term using of hormone can
weaken the patients’ immunity. As a result, the disease will be very likely to
From the causes of Nephrotic Syndrome, in order to prevent Nephrotic
Syndrome, the key is to repair the damaged glomerular filtration membrane so as
to improve the renal function. Immunotherapy has showed its many advantages in
treating Nephrotic Syndrome.
Immunotherapys are a group of undifferentiated original cells. In right
condition, they can differentiate into new cells with the same characteristics
as the original cells or specific cells and even organs, tissues with specific
function. In the treatment of Nephrotic Syndrome, after the Immunotherapy are
infused into body by intravenous injection, they can differentiate the new cells
to replace the necrotic cells to play their roles. Moreover, Immunotherapy can
secrete some factors to activate the damaged cells to recover their function. As
a result, the patients will be able to improve their renal function greatly and
recover the normal glomerular filtration function.
Immunotherapy can treat Nephrotic Syndrome from its root cause. Therefore, it
can reduce the relapse rate of Nephrotic Syndrome greatly. If you want o get
more information about Immunotherapy, you can consult us on line or email