Diabetic Nephropathy with Elevated Microalbumin How to Treat It2015-01-01 15:53
How to treat elevated microalbumin in Diabetic Nephropathy ? Microalbumin is one of the most common symptoms of Diabetic Nephropathy. In addition it is also associated with some complications such as hypertension and cardiovascular diseases. So, it is necessary to treat elevated microalbumin in urine for patients with Diabetic Nephropathy.
Diabetes is characterized by high blood sugar. Extra sugar in the blood can damage blood vessels, while kidney filters, glomeruli, are a huge number of capillaries. Therefore, high blood sugar attacks kidney filtering system easily. When kidney filters are unable to filter out waste products and keep nutritions like albumin in the body, elevated microalbumin in the urine appears.
How to reduce elevated microalbumin in urine for these patients ?
The treatment should begin from controlling blood sugar that can help protect the remaining kidney function and prevent further kidney damage. A diet with low-sugar or even sugar-free, low-protein and low-sodium is needed to strengthen the therapeutic effects of diabetes medicines. If your diabetes is still uncontrolled well, you can ask the help from the doctor online to choose some other effective treatments.
Compared with conventional therapies, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy shows a great superiority. Firstly, it can help regulate blood circulation by enlarging blood vessels, anti-inflammation and anti-coagulation. Secondly, this therapy is able to protect the remaining kidney tissues through degrading extracellular matrix. Thirdly, it can help rebuild kidney structure and repair damaged kidney cells through providing enough nutritions and oxygen for kidney cells and boosting the self-curative ability of these cells. With the kidney function improved, the amount of microalbumin in the urine can be reduced obviously.
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