Nephrotic syndrome is glomerular lesions caused by a kidney disease, children, youth and the elderly can occur. There are inpidual differences in prognosis of nephrotic syndrome, and its complications are important factors affecting prognosis.
"Three highs and one low" are typical symptoms of kidney consolidation
Referred to as nephritic nephrotic syndrome, according to the type of disease can be pided into primary, secondary and three with hereditary diabetes. "More than a few" similar nephrotic syndrome "typical symptoms of three high and one low", namely in the urine of high protein, high edema, hyperlipidemia and low in egg white it is these blood metabolic symptoms, make other organs have also been implicated.
Renal complications require more active prevention and treatment
Diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular disease will bring kidney complications, and kidney problems, will also spread to other organs, bring a variety of complications. There are many nephritic complications, if not timely treatment, will not only delay treatment, there may be life-threatening. Here's a look at some common complications in kidney:
1.. One of the symptoms of kidney infection in the urinary protein, but due to the large number of immunoglobulin from the urinary loss, the antibody formation is blocked, the body's immune system decline, extremely easy to cause inflammation and infection, but also induced severe sepsis.
2.. Renal thrombosis, embolism in patients with high blood lipid status increased blood viscosity, along with the development of symptoms, patients need strong diuretic and a lot of glucocorticoids for ease. Hypercoagulability is particularly likely to cause thrombosis, coronary heart disease caused by coronary heart disease, and has become the main factor in renal death.
3. acute renal failure. Because of the "three high and one low" symptoms, renal syndrome patients often in low blood volume and hypercoagulable state, and in the use of anti hypertension drugs and diuretics at the same time, will cause the decreased renal blood perfusion, resulting in reduced glomerular filtration rate, caused by acute renal failure.
Early diagnosis is the key to the treatment of nephrotic syndrome, for mild patients, early detection of etiology, and intervention therapy can get better. To prevent the recurrence of nephrotic syndrome, you need to pay attention to the prevention of complications.