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What Are The Clinical Symptoms Of Diabetic Nephropathy Patients

2018-11-04 10:53

To diabetic nephropathy patients they must take good care of themselves with good methods ,then they should know well what the clinical symptoms of diabetic nephropathy are.

① Changes in renal function: In the late stage of diabetes, about 50 % – 70 % of patients will have renal damage. The renal function of patients with persistent massive proteinuria+ is deteriorating progressively, and about 25 % of patients with late diabetes will develop end-stage Uremia.

⑵Changes in renal function: At the early stage of diabetes, there will be an increase in glomerular filtration rate。

Proteinuria: It is the most important symptom in the early stage of diabetic nephropathy, because intermittent albuminuria and early microalbuminuria develop to persistent albuminuria in the later stage, and it is known that there are organic changes in the kidney. When Renal failure occurs, the course of disease is usually 10 – 15 years. Early renal function can be significantly reduced, but with the development of the disease, albuminuria will gradually increase, and at the same time there will be red, white blood cells and cast urine.

Nephrotic syndrome: Severe glomerulosclerosis can lead to typical nephrotic syndrome such as massive proteinuria, hypoproteinemia and edema, often accompanied by elevated blood pressure and reduced creatinine clearance. More than 90 % of diabetic nephropathy patients may have diabetic retinopathy.

II. what clinical symptoms will diabetic nephropathy patients have? Extrarenal symptoms in patients with diabetic nephropathy;

Typical diabetic nephropathy patients will show signs of emaciation, skin pruritus, excessive drinking, excessive food and urine, while patients with mild conditions will have no symptoms. Patients with early diabetic nephropathy will not all have other symptoms of diabetes, but it will appear when they reach the late stage:

( 1 ) retinopathy, such as vascular sclerosis, fundus hemorrhage, etc.

⑵ Neuropathy, such as autonomic nerve involvement, decreased bladder reflex leads to urinary retention and dysuria.

⑶ Cardiovascular disease, such as myocardial infarction or heart failure.

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