Respond positively and cautiously to infection. In patients with nephrotic syndrome, large amounts of protein in the blood are removed from the urine, and lost substances include important components of our immune defences, such as immunoglobulins, complements, etc.. At the same time, the functions of white blood cells and zinc and other trace elements are also lost. These have seriously weakened the ability of resisting body to the outside pathogenic factor of some patients is not in strict accordance with the prescribed medication, medication have a meal is not a meal, too much randomness; how to prevent the recurrence of nephrotic syndrome? Some patients considered too adverse drug reactions, treatment issues cut their own medicine, even stopping some feel sick in the body, should be "Nourishing Qi", excessive intake of protein in the diet; others life is not measured, excessive fatigue, eating unclean, do not pay attention to change clothes, diarrhea, cold every two or three days.
After the infection, the patient himself must be carefully treated, must not be taken lightly. Can not think of a small upper respiratory tract infection, antibiotics can eat and buy their own, which made the treatment of nephropathy taboo. Now because of the use of antibiotics, the majority still have liver and kidney toxicity, such as aminoglycoside gentamicin, kanamycin, tetracycline, and sulfa drugs, antipyretic analgesic class. If you buy the wrong medicine at the wrong time, your kidney disease will be worse, counterproductive. Therefore, here to advise patients with kidney disease and infection, even if it is a small cold, should go to the hospital to see a doctor, under the guidance of a doctor, prescription is a good plan. These are common factors in the recurrence of nephrotic syndrome. After recognizing these reasons, the problem of how to prevent recurrence can be easily solved.
The first step is to closely cooperate with the doctor to diagnose and diagnose the disease as soon as possible. Patients who are eligible for renal biopsy can determine the nature of the disease at the cellular level and then develop targeted therapies. The second step, after the establishment of the program, patients have to do is strictly follow the doctor's advice. Take the medicine according to the dosage. The cycle is up to the doctor. The regular outpatient follow up and adjust the medication according to the doctor's opinion. Especially when prednisone is reduced to 20~25 mg per day, there is more chance of relapse. Do not panic after the recurrence, and quickly contact the doctor, according to the disease adjustment program, often can be re eased. The treatment process of kidney disease is relatively long, and the long time treatment is easy to make some patients feel slack. Therefore, it is very important to reduce the recurrence by emphasizing "following the doctor's advice and regular follow-up". The third step is to deal with infection actively and carefully. In patients with nephrotic syndrome, large amounts of protein in the blood are removed from the urine, and lost substances include important components of our immune defences, such as immunoglobulins, complements, etc.. At the same time, the functions of white blood cells and zinc and other trace elements are also lost. These have seriously weakened the body's resistance to pathogenic factors in the outside world.
In the treatment, often use glucocorticoid, cytotoxic drugs and other immunosuppressive drugs, which has weakened the patient's immune defense line, it is tantamount to worse. Therefore, nephrotic syndrome patients are prone to infection, including respiratory tract infections, intestinal infections, peritonitis, pleurisy, subcutaneous soft tissue infections. If the infection occurs, we should pay attention to two principles: positive and prudent, and seek medical treatment at the same time. Patients should be positive in their attitude towards treatment. Because the patient is not only prone to infection, but also easy to spread infection. Early positive treatment can wipe out infection in the bud.