Can Kidney Disease Hospital Treat Proteinuria in CKD
Proteinuria is a common symptom of CKD, it means the kidney function has declined. So, is there an effective method to treat proteinuria in CKD?
Let’s learn proteinuria first.
Proteinuria refers to massive protein in urine. Normally, there is only less protein in urine. However, for CKD patients, due to the decline of renal function, GFR(glomerular filtration rate) will decline, so, too much protein will flow into urine, thereby, proteinuria occurs. Well, can kidney disease hospital treat proteinuria?
The answer is yes. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is an innovative way combines traditional Chinese medicines and modern technology and equipment. It can avoid the side effects of oral drugs and it can treat proteinuria from the root.
During the course, patients just need to lie on the bed. Then, two bags contained shattered medicines are placed on patients’ back. Then, with the help of osmosis device, the medicines can be penetrated into kidney lesions directly.
Most importantly, by dilating blood vessels, improving blood circulation, changing the condition of ischemia and hypoxia, repairing the injured tissues and cells, providing abundant nutrients for the kidneys, renal function can be improved from the root. Once kidney function is enhanced, GFR will be improved, thereby, proteinuria can be relieved, and it is possible to treat related symptoms and complications of CKD.
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Proteinuria patients should control the intake of protein, too much protein will aggravate protein in urine, it is not beneficial to control the illness condition. They should also keep a diet of low-fat and low-salt so as to reduce the burden of failed kidneys.
However, the specific intake is decided by patients’ own illness condition. In kidney disease hospital, our experts have made some personalized diets.
If you want to know which diet fits you in order to relieve proteinuria in CKD, send your test report to email@example.com.
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