Accurate and thorough examination is the very first step for treating kidney diseases. Besides routine urine test, blood test, kidney function examination and B ultrasound, there are some immune test such as lymph cell subgroup, complement, hematuria positioning, urine protein electrophoresis which can not only detect the diseases but also can make clear the location and severity of renal damages so as to provide clear guidance for reasonable and scientific medicines and treatments.
The kidneys are chiefly responsible for discharging toxins out of bloodstream. When kidneys are poorly functioning, the toxins gradually accumulate in bloodstream. Elevations of those toxins are not only indicators for damaged kidneys, but also can increase one's chance of some severe complications...Learn More
The urine is collected in 24 hours and the total amount of protein in urine will be evaluated. If the kidneys are healthy working, 24h urine protein is no more than 0.5g. 24h urine protein>150mg is a sign for impaired renal filtration functions...Learn More
Hematuria is extremely normal for kidney disease patients, but unfortunately, most of them have no idea about the exact type of their hematuria. Hematuria is clinically divided into gross hematuria and microscopic hematuria on the basis of whether blood urine is visible. However, this is not the only classify of hematuria...Learn More
Urine protein electrophoresis refers to a medical produce that is used to separate and analyse the proteins present in a certain amount of urine. Usually, only a small amount of protein present in our urine (less than 150mg/24h). Most of the protein are normally kept in our body by our kidney...Learn More
Lymph cell subgroup is an important indicator reflecting functions of cellular and humoral immunities. Monitoring of immune functions is necessary for assessing immune status after kidney transplant and of autoimmune kidney diseases, deciding when to prescribe immunosuppressant treatment ...Learn More