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Treatment of senile nephrotic syndrome

2017-07-14 16:46
Elderly nephrotic syndrome is a common disease, many elderly people will have this disease. If suffer from kidney disease syndrome should go to the regular hospital for treatment promptly, so as not to delay the disease, lead to disease deteriorated. Then, what is the treatment of senile nephrotic syndrome?
As the clinical manifestations of senile nephrotic syndrome are a large amount of proteinuria, severe edema, hypoproteinemia and hyperlipidemia. General treatment is for severe and hypoalbuminemia, patients should take bed rest, low-salt diet, control of water intake and high protein diet. Western medicine treatment, the general use of glucocorticoids, diuretics, immunosuppressive agents and other methods to treat, but will have a lot of side effects on body.
Routine treatment of nephrotic syndrome in the elderly: nephrotic syndrome patients should take bed rest mainly, bed rest can increase renal blood flow, increased urine output, prevention of cross infection. But should also do appropriate bedside activities to avoid limb thrombosis. When the symptoms are alleviated, can increase the activity appropriately. This is conducive to lower blood lipids, reduce complications. But if urinary protein increased patients need to reduce activities. Of course, different causes of senile nephrotic syndrome, treatment is also different, it is beter to go to the hospital for diagnosis, choose the appropriate treatment.
 Although the elderly nephrotic syndrome is a common disease, but it can not be ignored. At the same time, we will explore the treatment of senile nephrotic syndrome slowly, a new way to reduce the patient's pain and cure the disease. If you still have any other questions, you can consult our online doctor or leave us a message, we will reply to you as soon as possible. 

Treatment of senile nephrotic syndrome

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