Information on how Nephrotic Syndrome (NS) causes kidney failure; and early detection, symptoms, diet and treatment for Chronic Renal Failure caused by Nephrotic Syndrome.
Nephrotic syndrome can occur to both adults and children of both sexes and all races. Children nephrotic syndrome is one common urinary system disease in children. It mainly occurs to children that are 3-6 years old and boy patients are mor...Read More
Nephrotic syndrome is not a specific kidney disease but a group of clinical symptoms including proteinuria (bubbles in urine), swelling, hypoalbuminemia, hyperlipidemia. Nephrotic syndrome patients do have the possibility to lead to renal f...Read More
How to prevent kidney failure with Nephrotic Syndrome? Nephrotic Syndrome is a kidney disease that can occur in both adult and children. It is marked by large amounts of protein in urine which can cause swelling, hypolipoproteinemia and hyp...Read More
Nephrotic Syndrome refers to a group of symptoms caused by kidney problem. And kidney failure is usually described as the end stage of kidney disease. As both Nephrotic Syndrome and Kidney Failure is related with kidney disorder, there must...Read More