Lupus Nephritis Basics: Causes and Treatments

Lupus Nephritis Basics: Causes and Treatments Lupus Nephritis refers to an autoimmune disorder caused by systemic lupus erythematosus(SLE). In this article, we mainly introduce its causes and treatments. Follow me and you will find the answer.


For patients with this disease, due to the abnormality of their immune system, various antibodies will be produced. When they combines with antigens, immune complexes will deposit in the filters of the kidneys. As a result, inflammation occur and there can be damage to the adjacent kidney tissues. And that is the reason why lupus nephritis occur.


The treatments for lupus nephritis should be aimed at controlling symptoms and repairing kidney function. And experts at our Kidney Disease Hospital recommend patients with the following treatments:


In most cases, drugs including glucocorticoid can help relieve the relevant symptoms and improve its prognosis effectively, but long-term use may lead to some side effects.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy

This treatment has the following functions: expanding blood vessels, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation and degradation. After a period of treatment, the immune complexes deposited in the kidneys will be removed gradually. Any interests about this, you are suggested to email and we will provide you useful advices in advance.


As a systematic treatment, Immunotherapy can help refrain the inflammatory response and improve kidney function to a large extent. It consists of six parts: immune diagnosis, immune blocking, immune clearance, immune tolerance, immune adjustment, and immune protection. In this way, this disorder can be controlled effectively.

If you happen to be a person with lupus nephritis, we are always here to help. Any questions about this topic, you are welcomed to leave us message below or consult with our online doctor. Best wishes!

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