Patient profile:Mr.Du, 30 years old, Shanghai, China
Diagnosis: Hypertensive Nephropathy
Main complaints: before Mr.Du is hospitalized in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease
Hospital, his detailed conditions were as follows:urine test: protein "++～+++",
24 hours of protein in urine quantity 3g, Scr 220umol/L, BUN 10.5mmol/L; Blood
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy two times a day for 45 days, one hour in
the morning, on hour in the afternoon.
Other medicine treatment:Nifedipine 10mg, 4 times per day; Plendil 5mg in the
morning;Luotong 2mg before sleep.
After his hospitalization for 45 days, the results were as follows:
Blood pressure:120/80mmHg; Scr206.8umol/JL,BUN:9.1mmol/L
Expert comments:In clinic, there are some differences between Renal
Hypertension and Primary Hypertension. Patients with Primary Hypertension
usually have flushed faces but patients with Renal Hypertension often have pale
faces because the decline of their renal function accompanied by renal anemia.
Besides Renal Hypertension is charactered with the increase of diastolic blood
pressure, which is more often to young patients. The main differences between
Renal Hypertension and Primary Hypertension is the pathological change, the
former of which first starts to kidney but the later first implicates eye
ground. Renal Hypertensive is charactered with the pathological changes of renal
and vascular lesion.
Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital takes advantage of
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy to treat kidney disease from the root with
good curative effects, which can improve the condition of all levels of blood
vessels, repair the damaged kidney.