Is there Any Choice for Steroid-Resistant Nephrotic Syndrome Patient2017-01-01 18:26
Nephrotic Syndrome is one of most common kidney disease in children. In most cases, patients’ condition can be alleviated through taking steroids or immunosuppressive agents, while approximately 10 to 20 percent of children with Nephrotic Syndrome fail to response to steroid. So we should apply different for this kind of patient according to their own condition.
What are root causes of Nephrotic Syndrome?
Generally, immune complexes will discharge out of the body through blood circulation. When the immune system is disturbed, immune complexes will deposit in the blood and cause some immune disorders. As a group of clinical symptoms, Nephrotic Syndrome occurs easily when a lot of immune complexes build up in the kidney.
Mononuclear macrophage neutrophils, eosinophils, platelet and inflammatory medium also will cause the damage to glomerular barrier function. As a result, a heavy loss of protein which is a main symptom of Nephrotic Syndrome will occur.
Is there any other choice for Steroid-Resistant nephrotic syndrome patient?
For this question, the answer is yes!
Since Nephrotic Syndrome is caused by immune reactions and damaged glomerular barrier function, the ultimate goal of the treatment is to block immune reactions and repair damaged kidney function. Steroids are commonly used to block the immune reactions and prevent further kidney damage, but they can do nothing to repair damaged kidney function. Therefore, steroids can’t help treat Nephrotic Syndrome in some cases.
Immunotherapy, combined with herbal medicines and blood purification tech, can not only help block immune reactions, but also can repair the damaged kidney function. Through enhancing self-curative ability and regulating immune system, the patient’s condition will be remitted greatly.
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