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▪ Kidney Damage Tests. Aims: 1) confirm the kidney damage; 2) the damaged part, glomerulus or renal tubules; 3) make the severity of kidney damage clear and guide the clinical choice of medicine; 4) judge patient's sensitivity to medicines and guide the clinical medicine application.
Checking items include: UTP, U-malb, U-TRF, U-IGG, β 2-microglobulin, α1-microglobulin, α2-macroglobulin, κ light chain, λ light chain, U- NAG, U-GGT, and Uosm.
▪ Urinary protein electrophoresis. This test is used to analysis the composition of urine protein. Aims: 1) judge the source of proteinuria; 2) make differential diagnosis of various kidney diseases; 3) determine patient's drug susceptibility.
▪ Selective urine protein index (SPI). Aims: 1) determine the type of glomerular diseases; 2) judge the prognosis; 3) guide the medicine application in clinic.
SPI≤0.1 indicates high selective proteinuria, slightly glomerular damage, the treatment effects of hormones and immunosuppressants are good, prognosis is mostly favorable (mostly seen in MCD);
SPI>0.2 indicates non-selective proteinuria, serious glomerular damage, the treatment effects and prognosis may be unfavorable (MN, FSGS).
▪ Complement in Blood Serum Tests. The tests include C3, C4, CH50, C3B etc. They serve to help your doctors to hold a clear overview of classical pathway and specific pathway of complement, which can deal with the underlying immune disorder.
▪ Toxins in Blood Tests. Aims: 1) Make the buildup of toxins in the body clear; 2) guide the choice of immune clearance method.
Checking items include: BUN, Creatinine, UA, β 2-microglobulin, Cyc C, RBP, HCY, and PTH.
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