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The etiology of renal insufficiency

2017-05-07 18:40

According to the latest pathological staging of renal fibrosis and renal insufficiency in decompensated stage of inflammatory reaction, kidney injury is lighter, with mild proteinuria, hematuria and swelling symptoms, the experts through many years of clinical practice observation, can be completely eliminated the symptoms by standard treatment.

Decompensated renal insufficiency, renal insufficiency in renal failure stage, fibrosis period. This period is the early pathological injury, complications appeared, such as high blood pressure, anemia, dizziness, headache, fatigue, loss of appetite, serum creatinine, blood urea nitrogen began to rise. This period in the repair of damaged tissue in the kidney recovery of renal function, after the symptoms will be eliminated, serum creatinine, urea nitrogen will return to normal, to prevent the progression of the disease to avoid uremia, dialysis and renal transplantation. But if the lack of attention to the treatment of the disease and will continue to increase, will develop into end-stage renal disease and renal insufficiency uremia. Almost kidney scar formation and loss of more than 90% units of renal function, the only through the treatment to alleviate the complications, prolong the interval of dialysis, or from dialysis.

The clinical stage of renal fibrosis is reversible in general, as long as to prevent renal function continued to deteriorate, repair the kidney function timely, clinical cure and patients achieve benign disease-free survival is possible. The key for renal insufficiency treatment is blocked from the source, to correct the vasospasm, ensure the smooth blood circulation; in addition for a variety of pathogenic inflammatory mediators, induced renal toxicity factor were inactivated, promote cells reversed to healthy tissue phenotype.

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