Nephrotic Syndrome is characterized by a series of signs: large amount of protein in the body, serious swelling, hypoalbuminemia. What are the causes and treatments in Nephrotic Syndrome. This article will explain it in details.
What is the cause of protein++ in Nephrotic Syndrome?
In normal condition, there are numerous of blood vessels and tinier hole in the kidneys acting as filters. When blood flows through the blood vessels, small molecules such as wastes products will squeeze through the holes. And then, these wastes products become a part of urine, and useful substances, such as protein and red blood cells are too big to pass through the holes in the filters and be kept in blood vessels. When there is damage on these filters, the filters begin to leak protein in body tissues. As time goes by, more and more protein begin to be leaked in the urine.
What is the treatment for protein ++ in Nephrotic Syndrome?
Nephrotic Syndrome are treated with a variety of medications including blood pressure medications, such as ACE inhibitors and ARBs to prevent further damage to the glomeruli. Diuretics are also commonly used to control swelling. Certain vitamins supplements, such as vitamin D can replace the lost vitamins and minerals. And hormones are commonly used to control the proteinuria. Immune supplements are commonly used to regulate immune system.
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With this treatment regularly, the poisoning symptoms, such as swelling, proteinuria will disappear fundamentally. And the disease is not replace any more.
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