Prevention of Membranous Nephropathy
Membranous Nephropathy refers to a kidney disorder in which the glomerular in the kidneys became inflamed. To avoid suffering from the discomforts, it is necessary to take some precaution work.
Regular check-ups To help identify whether there is decline of kidney function, it is significant to do regular check-ups. Such as, urine test, blood test, kidney biopsy, kidney function test, ultrasound and so on.
Prevention of infections It is reported that infections are the major risk of membranous nephropathy. Without effective control, patients’ immunity will be lowered to a large degree. Thereby, patients should try their best to avoid infections like urinary tract infection, skin infection, upper respiratory tract infection, cold, etc.
Prevention of complications Clinical observations indicate that it belongs to a progressive disease. During the course, vein thrombosis may occur. And the inducing factors can be serum albumin ( lower than 2-2.5g/dl ), excessive diuresis and so on.
Enough rest and healthy diet Adequate rest and healthy diet are very important for patients with this disorder. Generally speaking, the dietary principle can be low-salt, low-protein, balance of potassium and phosphorus, fresh fruits and vegetables, etc. However, not all fresh fruits and vegetables are suggested, as some of the foods are abundant in potassium. If you are interested in the personalized diet plan, please email us:firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try our best to help.
Except for the above suggestions, they also need to do the following things well: For example, avoid taking nephrotic medicines, early treatment for acute kidney failure and so on.
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