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As A Proteinuria Patient What To Do In Daily Life

2018-09-17 09:26

As a proteinuria patient you must take good care of your daily life to prevent the further damage to your kidney.then i think you must know what proteinuria+ patients should do in daily life as following:

( I ) First to check your own medical history

such as history of edema, occurrence of hypertension, history of diabetes, history of Henoch – Schonlein purpura, history of drug use in kidney injury, history of heavy metal salt poisoning, history of proteinuria and connective tissue diseases,History of metabolic diseases and gout attacks.

( 2 ) Non – renal proteinuria

Pay attention to edema and serosal effusion, bone joint examination, anemia degree and signs of heart, liver and kidney. Fundus examination showed that acute nephritis had normal or mild vasospasm, chronic nephritis had arteriosclerosis, hemorrhage and exudation. diabetic nephropathy often had diabetic fundus.

( 2 ) Non – renal proteinuria

urine protein examination can be divided into qualitative, quantitative and special examinations.

1. Qualitative inspection

It is best to have morning urine, which is the most concentrated and can eliminate postural proteinuria. Qualitative examination is only a screening examination, not an accurate indicator of urine protein content.

2 Urine protein quantitative examination

3. Special urine protein test

Urine protein electrophoresis can distinguish between selective albuminuria and non-selective albuminuria. Electrophoresis of urine protein in multiple myeloma is helpful for typing. Radioimmunoassay is of great help in the diagnosis of early renal tubular dysfunction.

After the above test and measures then you can get to know more information about your condition,if you want to know more about the treatment of proteinuria,please contact us in time as following:

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