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Pediatric Nephrotic Syndrome are mostly caused by minimal change disease which is a group of clinical symptoms including massive proteinuria, hypoalbuminemia, hyperlipemia and obvious edema or swelling. Here we will introduce more info about swelling in full bath for nephrotic syndrome in children.
Now, we should find causes of swelling.
The whole body swelling is a typical symptom of nephrotic syndrome. The appearance and severity of swelling is closely related to the severity of the hypoproteinemia. The large amount of proteinuria would lead to the hypoproteinemia. Another reason of swelling is the decrease of the glomerular filtration rate, while the reabsorption of renal tubular to sodium and water is damaged, leading to the storage of the sodium water and moisture storage in tissue spaces, then patinets would have swelling on their eyelids and face, even the whole body swelling. In the condition, patients would also suffer from poor appetite, nausea and vomiting and so on.
Then, how to deal with the condition?
To relieve the swelling, we should do stop proteinuria and repair kidney damage. As for how to stop the leakage of the protein, we use our micro-Chinese medicine in this matter. Aiming at the reason of the proteinuria, we have four steps to reduce and stop the leakage of the protein. The first step is to inhibite the appearance of the renal toxic substances which would damage the glomerular filtration barrier. The second step is to inhibit the protein catabolism in your body and local part of your glomeruli, to reduce the production of ammonia, to reduce the damage of the ammonia to the kidney and blocking the inflammation reaction of the kidney. The third step is to repair the damaged glomerular filtration barrier. And the fourth step is to reduce the glomerulus internal pressure, to reduce the leakage of the protein because of the high pressure of the ball. Then the problem of protein leakage would be solved, then the swelling would be reduced and disappear gradually and naturally. Any questions, please mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below directly.