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Risk Factors of Nephrotic Syndrome for Children

Provided by Expert Zhang Youkang on 2013-11-28 11:39

Risk Factors of Nephrotic Syndrome for ChildrenNephrotic Syndrome is a common childhood illness characterized by massive proteinuria, hyperlipidemia, hypoalbuminemia and edema. Compared with adults, there are more risk factors for Children with Nephrotic Syndrome and relapse often occurs among them. How to get rid of these risk factors to let our children live a healthy life?

Risk factors of Nephrotic Syndrome for children

We should prevent the following risk factors and make  measures, or they will worsen the progression of Nephrotic Syndrome to kidney failure.

-Infection: upper respiratory infection, skin infection, peritonitis etc.

-Electrolyte disturbance: low-sodium, low potassium, hypocalcemia etc.

-Thromboembolism: dynamic and venous thrombosis, and the most common symptom is kidney venous thrombosis.

-Acute renal failure.

-Disorder of protein and fat metabolism.

Besides, medical conditions may also damage your kidneys. If you suffer from diabetes, lupus, amyloidosis, minimal change disease or other disease, it increases your risk of developing Nephrotic Syndrome. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and drugs used to fight infections can also cause Nephrotic Syndrome.

How to treat these risk factors

Children with Nephrotic Syndrome are exposed to multiple risk factors resulting in significant mortality and morbidity. Therefore, we have to learn to how to treat them.

When you find that you are infected. The first thing to do is to find what causes infection and prescribe the corresponding medicine.

If you have electrolyte disturbance, you should supply or reduce corresponding elements.

Attention should also be paid to diet. Reducing the intake of protein and fat plays an important role in regulating disorder of protein and fat metabolism.

In order to get rid of these risk factors, the fundamental way is to improve your kidney function. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is such a therapy. It can regulate the metabolism disorder and improve the kidney function to filter the wastes building up in the body. In addition, it can boost your immune system.

If your children are diagnosed with Nephrotic Syndrome, you should try to bring these risk factors under control. If desired, our online doctors can help you.

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