What is the Cause of High Blood Pressure In Diabetic Nephropathy
High blood pressure is a common sign of diabetic nephropathy. In this article, we will tell you the reason of high blood pressure.
In normal case, the blood pressure is controlled within 80-120mmHg by healthy kidneys. When diabetic nephropathy patients have a sudden increase of blood pressure, going to hospital to get a clear diagnosis is necessary. Since high blood pressure is a serious sign and it is not a easy symptom to treat, if no effective method is given, it even can threaten patients’ life at any time.
Generally speaking, healthy kidneys can help to regulate blood pressure by secreting certain hormones called renin and angiotensin. However, in diabetic nephropathy, due to kidneys are damaged by long-term diabetes, the failed kidneys will secrete too much renin, so, blood pressure will go up.
Luckily, in Huaxia Kidney Disease Hospital, according to abundant clinical study and treatment practices, we have found some special diagnosis techniques, such as, urine protein constituents test, kidney tubules epithelial cells in urine test and glomerular protein filtration index detection. The above methods can only be found in our hospital, doctors in other hospitals do not heard at all.
Through the above diagnosis, we can see in what way kidneys are damaged, and meanwhile, we can know the degree of renal damage. As long as we find kidney injury in the early stage, doctors can take steps to control the illness condition in time. In this case, high blood pressure can not occur.
In addition, our characterized therapy includes: Hot Compress Therapy, Immunotherapy, they can be used to relieve high blood pressure in diabetic nephropathy. Owing to the enormous treatment effects, by now, more and more foreign patients are coming to China for these effective ways, because these methods are original in our hospital.
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