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Be Careful to Use Hormone Pills to Treat Nephrotic Syndrome in Children

2014-09-09 06:45

Nephrotic Syndrome Be Careful to Use Hormone Pills to Treat Nephrotic Syndrome in Childrenin Children is more common in primary and it is characterized by the increased permeability of GBM (glomerular basement membrane). The symptoms of Nephrotic Syndrome are very serious for sick children. Here the article may can help you learn more about your disease condition,hoping this can help you take better care of yourself and choose a more suitable therapy. ONLINE DOCTOR can offer more details directly and quickly for free.

In clinic,Nephrotic Syndrome’s manifestations mainly show massive proteinuria,hypoproteinemia,HLP (hyperlipidaemia),highly edema etc. During the treatments,to take more rest,paymore attention to nutrition and maintain the balance of water and electrolyte are good for patients’ disease condition. In addiction,preventing the infections and inducing urination to reduce edema are also necessary to relieve patients’ disease. Among these,hormonotherapy is very important to be used to control the exacerbation of renal lesions,like prednisone.

But the problem is that the long-term use of hormone drugs make sick children prone to be infected,influencing the effects of treatments. Besides,it will also mask the patients’ symptoms,making parents and doctors overlook the patients’ real disease. Once the medication is not proper,children’ disease condition will worsens or be life-threatening.

So when doctors are treating Nephrotic Syndrome,it is necessary for them to realize the dangers of hormone fully. In general,do not use hormone therapy to control patients’ disease condition. Before the hormonotherapy,taking relevant laboratory tests,controlling and curing the invisible infection and rule out other factors are beneficial for patients’ disease condition. Besides,during the hormonotherapy,the regular chest X-ray,blood routine examination and routine urine test are necessary. Once patients are diagnosed with infections,antibiotics may be used to control the infections quickly to promote the remission and recovery of renal function.

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