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What indicators do you need to diagnose nephrotic syndrome?

2017-07-01 11:38

◆ suspected nephrotic syndrome: In order to confirm the diagnosis, often do check:

1,24 hours urine protein quantitative: nephrotic syndrome patients with 24-hour urine protein quantitative more than 3.5 grams is a necessary condition for diagnosis.

2, plasma albumin determination: nephrotic syndrome, plasma albumin less than 30 grams is a necessary condition for diagnosis.

3, lipid determination: nephrotic syndrome patients often lipid metabolism disorders, elevated blood lipids.

4, urine routine examination: through the urine protein qualitative, urine sediment microscopy, you can initially determine whether there is glomerular lesions exist.

◆ diagnosis: in order to understand the nephrotic syndrome, renal function is damaged or damaged, to further confirm the diagnosis, differential diagnosis, to guide the development of treatment programs, estimated prognosis, depending on the specific circumstances to do the following checks:

1, renal function test: often do the project for the urea nitrogen, creatinine, used to understand whether the damage and its degree of renal function.

2, electrolyte and carbon dioxide binding force determination: used to understand whether there is electrolyte imbalance and acid-base balance disorders, in order to correct.

3, hemorheology examination: nephrotic syndrome patients with blood often hypercoagulable state, increased blood viscosity. This check helps to understand the situation.

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