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The structure of kidney
Each adult kidney weighs about 125-170g for males and 115-155g for females, and it is approximately 10-12cm in length, 5-6cm in width and 3-4cm in thicken. Also, the kidney has a bean-shaped structure ...
Category:    2018-5-23 17:03
Proteinuria 3+ in Child Can Become to Negative Naturally With Chinese Medicine
Proteinuria 3+ in Child Can Become to Negative Naturally With Chinese Medicine
The Oman boy had been in Nephrotic Syndrome for about 12 years. Since he was two years old, the proteinuria, edema and other discomforts came out frequently eve ...
Category:    2018-5-6 09:39
Creatinine is Definitely Reduced with Chinese Medicine
Creatinine is Definitely Reduced with Chinese Medicine
Rufat is from Uzbekistan. He has kidney failure which is developed from nephritis. Also, he has hypertensive, anemia, hyperuricemia and other illnesses. And his creatinine reached up to 1070umol/L, wh ...
Category:    2018-5-6 09:35
Beneficial Diet For Nephrotic Syndrome
Beneficial Diet For Nephrotic Syndrome
Suggested diet for Nephrotic Syndrome include:Proper protein intake: In normal condition, 0.8 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight per day is needed, but for Nephrotic Syndrome patients, they ...
Category:    2018-5-5 14:14
How Is Nephrotic Syndrome Treated?
How Is Nephrotic Syndrome Treated?
Specific treatment of Nephrotic Syndrome depends on the disease’s cause. Therefore, finding out the root cause is very essential for Nephrotic Syndrome patients to choose the right treatment and rece ...
Category:    2018-5-5 11:58
Symptoms of Nephrotic Syndrome
Symptoms of Nephrotic Syndrome
Many people with Nephrotic Syndrome do not have any noticeable physical symptoms. When symptoms are present, they can include:Foamy urine/bubbly urineFoamy urine or bubbly urine is very common among N ...
Category:    2018-5-5 11:56
How Is Diabetic Nephropathy Caused
How Is Diabetic Nephropathy Caused
Diabetic Nephropathy is secondary to Diabetes which is a illness marked by persistent high blood sugar. Without timely control, blood sugar becomes extremely high. Kidneys are responsible for filterin ...
Category:    2018-5-5 11:55
How Is Nephrotic Syndrome Caused?
How Is Nephrotic Syndrome Caused?
Nephrotic Syndrome is characterized by massive protein in urine (more than 3.5g within 24 hours) which occurs when the permeability of glomerular filtration membrane is increased greatly.In kidney, gl ...
Category:    2018-5-5 11:55
Tests and Diagnosis of Nephrotic Syndrome
Tests and Diagnosis of Nephrotic Syndrome
To diagnose Nephrotic Syndrome, the following tests are needed:Urine Test: A urinalysis help to detect excess protein in urine and this is the basic to diagnose Nephrotic Syndrome. To have a urine tes ...
Category:    2018-5-5 11:52
What Is Nephrotic Syndrome
What Is Nephrotic Syndrome
Nephrotic Syndrome is not an independent kidney problem, but a group of clinical manifestations which refer to severe proteinuria, swelling, hypoproteinemia and hyperlipidaemia. It causes kidney failu ...
Category:    2018-5-5 11:50
Tests and Diagnosis of Diabetic Nephropathy
Tests and Diagnosis of Diabetic Nephropathy
Early stage Diabetic Nephropathy is relatively easy to control, but the problem is many diabetic do not know their kidneys are involved until their kidney problem develops to a severe condition. For t ...
Category:    2018-5-5 11:49
What Is Diabetic Nephropathy
What Is Diabetic Nephropathy
Diabetic Nephropathy is one of the life-threatening complication of Diabetes. It occurs easily when one lives with Diabetes for 5 to 10 years. Diabetic Nephropathy progresses if high blood sugar and a ...
Category:    2018-5-5 11:47
What Is the Diet Plan for FSGS?
What Is the Diet Plan for FSGS?
For FSGS patients, illness condition should be put into consideration while making diet changes. They may need to make different diet changes due to different illness condition, but they generally nee ...
Category:    2018-5-5 11:43
How Is FSGS Treated?
How Is FSGS Treated?
FSGS is deadly in advanced stage, so for patients with mild FSGS, their treatment must be able to control their kidney problem in early stage. Only in this way, can kidney failure be avoided, and also ...
Category:    2018-5-5 11:40
What Are the Symptoms and Signs of Hypertensive Nephropathy
What Are the Symptoms and Signs of Hypertensive Nephropathy
When Hypertensive Nephropathy is caused, the following symptoms will appear gradually: Frequent urination at night Colorless urine Protein in urine: This is manifested as foamy urine or bubbly urine w ...
Category:    2018-5-5 11:36
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