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For people with Hypertensive Nephropathy, they can be easily attacked by various symptoms including high blood pressure and proteinuria. Then, what should they do? Are there some effective treatments?
It is known to us that hypertensive nephropathy is a complication of long-term high blood pressure. As a “blood-cleaner”, kidney can not only help filter metabolic products and toxins out of the body but also prevent leakage of protein and red blood cells. However, years history of hypertension will cause damage to the glomerular filtration membrane. And that’s how proteinuria occurs.
In the early stage, protein in urine is not that serious. And the lab test may show + or ++. However, without effective and timely treatments, it will become more servere in the later stage.
How to treat high blood pressure and proteinuria in hypertensive nephropathy?
☆ It is of great importance to bring hypertension under control. Generally, anti-hypertensive durgs like ACEI, ARBs are often the primary choices. Besides, they should also eat less salt and take some moderate exercises. Normally, blood pressure can be controlled within 130/80mm Hg.
☆ Hypertensive kidney disease patients can limit the protein intake at 0.6-0.8g/kg per day to prevent protein leakage. In addition, Western durugs like glucocorticoids and immunosuppressive agents are also necessary. However, long-term usage of these medicines may lead to some side effects.
☆ Experts in this field suggest patients with high blood pressure and proteinuria to take Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, which has the functons of dilating blood-vessels, blocking inflammatory reaction, anti-coagulation and degrading extracellular matrixes. After a period of treatment, blood pressure can be lowered and proteinuria can be well treated. If you would like to know more about this, please leave a message below or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get personalized help!