Proteinuria is one of the common symptoms of stage 3 CKD. If left uncontrolled well, except for nutrients loss, it will increase the burden of damaged kidneys. So you need to take timely therapy. How does Chinese therapy conquer proteinuria in stage 3 CKD?
How does proteinuria occur?
As we all know, healthy kidneys can help maintain the useful substances like protein in body. Unfortunately, for stage 3 CKD patients, their kidney filtration function (GFR) is in 30-59ml/min, which means their glomerular filtration function is destroyed. Damaged glomeruli fail to keep protein effectively, leading to protein leakage in urine. This is the formation of protienuria.
What you should notice is that if large amount of proteinuria leaks out more than 3.5g/24h, it is very dangerous for patients. Therefore, the key of controlling protein leakage should focus on repairing these damaged glomeruli. Based on this, Chinese medicine therapy is strongly recommended.
How does Chinese therapy conquer proteinuria in stage 3 CKD?
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a great innovation of Chinese medicines. It can repair damaged glomeruli, improve renal function, restore organization structure of Glomerulus mechanical barrier and charge barrier, restore glomerular selective filtration function, thus conquering protein loss from the root cause.
As for its prescriptions—Chinese herbs, they are selected carefully from nature, which do not cause any adverse effects for patients.
This therapy can also used combined with Immunotherapy, Medicated bath, foot bath, and other traditional Chinese medicine treatments so as to achieve the biggest treatment effects.
In order to reduce kidney burden, you also need to intake less protein but some foods with high quality protein is necessary.
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