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Nephrotic Syndrome or Childhood Nephrotic Syndrome Diagnosis

The commonly diagnosis methods include urine routine examination, blood fat measurement, renal function examination, plasma protein determination,etc.

Unique Test For Kidney Disease

Unique Test For Kidney Disease

Xiaoxue is suffering from kidney disease and she has gone to several hospitals. But there is no obvious effect. The test reports in her local hospital: Blood urine examination: Hemoglobin is 70.0g/L Urine examination: Urine protein 4+, Urin...Read More

How to Relieve Nausea And Vomiting in Nephrotic Syndrome

How to Relieve Nausea And Vomiting in Nephrotic Syndrome

Nephrotic syndrome is a nonspecific kidney disorder featured with a group of symptoms.As renal function declines,the patients will experience a host of symptoms,in which nausea and vomiting are two common complaints.How to relieve these two...Read More

Is Nephrotic Syndrome Transmissible

Is Nephrotic Syndrome Transmissible

Is Nephrotic Syndrome transmissible? Nephrotic Syndrome is a serious illness condition and may deprive patients life if left uncontrolled. Therefore, people with lover or family who are newly diagnosed with Nephrotic Syndrome must wonder wh...Read More

Diagnosis For Nephrotic Syndrome

Diagnosis For Nephrotic Syndrome

Nephrotic syndrome is not an independent disease but a set of clinical manifestations including proteinuria, edema, hypoalbuminemia, hyperlipidemia, etc. Of cause, if you have these symptoms, that does not mean you definitely have nephrotic...Read More

About Nephrotic Syndrome in Children

About Nephrotic Syndrome in Children

Nephrotic syndrome (NS) which causes heavy foams in urine and swelling of legs or face in the children makes their parents very worried. To get the illness condition improved and make the children to return health, it is necessary that the...Read More

Introduction of Childhood Nephrotic Syndrome

Introduction of Childhood Nephrotic Syndrome

The onset or first attack of Nephrotic Syndrome can be a disturbing experience for parents and for the child. Nephrotic syndrome wherein glomerular filters are damaged can cause leakage of abnormal amounts of protein into the urine. When pr...Read More

24-hour Urinary Protein Quantitative and Nephrotic Syndrome

24-hour Urinary Protein Quantitative and Nephrotic Syndrome

24-hour urinary protein quantitative is a urine test in which the urine output within 24 hours is collected and then is tested. Nephrotic syndrome is a group of clinical manifestations and it can be divided into two major categories---prima...Read More

Our Treatment Effect

Swelling is an obvious sign of Nephrotic Syndrome

Move the mouse to enlarge the picture Swelling is an obvious sign of Nephrotic Syndrome

Look, this patient has severe leg swelling which has made her feel pain and can not get out of the bed. In order to seek better treatment, she came to our hospital for Chinese medicine treatments. 30kg of fluid was removed from her body in less than a month. Her leg swelling disappeared completely. Now you can see her long legs again.

Proteinuria can also be seen in kidney patients

Move the mouse to enlarge the picture Proteinuria can also be seen in kidney patients

Look, this patient has severe proteinuria when he just came to our hospital. With our Chinese medicine treatments, his condition was better and better. Bubbles in urine gradually reduced and finally disappeared in 10 days of treatment.

New Zealand Patient Second Visit to Our Hospital for TCM

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