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The Prognosis Of FSGS Patients

The Prognosis Of FSGS PatientsIf you happen to be a FSGS patient, nothing is more important than knowing your disease’s prognosis. Now, follow us to find the answer.

What does FSGS( Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis) mean?

Sclerosis means “ scarring to the filters of kidneys, glomeruli”. The word” focal” is added because in FSGS, only some of the glomeruli become scarred. “ segmental” means that only some sections of the glomerulus becomes scarred, just parts of them. Moreover, FSGS is one of the causes of a serious condition known as Nephrotic Syndrome featured by proteinuria, edema, hypoproteinemia and hyperlipemia in clinic.

How about the prognosis of FSGS patients?

Generally speaking, the prognosis of FSGS is poor. It is indicated by data that for patients with FSGS, the 5-year survival rate of kidneys is 70%, while the 10-year survival rate is 40%. One the one hand, for those FSGS patients who can remit completely by treatment, the condition is stable. On the other hand, if their illness condition is not controlled very well, the kidney function will worsen constantly, and most of the patients accounted for 30%-63% will develop into kidney failure.

From seeing this, it is very urgent to look for an effective and timely therapy. Here, the newest therapy known as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is highly recommended to FSGS patients. Compared with those oral drugs, it is the best choice because used externally. Moreover, patients need not worry any side effects because all the medicines are coming from the nature. Patients only need to lie in the bed and put two bags filled with micronized medicines under the lower back. Then with the help of blood circulation and osmosis instrument, the active materials will directly get into the damaged kidney, thus perform the functioning to repair damaged kidney and improve kidney function fundamentally.

In conclusion, as long as kidney can be repaired successfully, the prognosis of FSGS patients will be better obviously than before. Do you have interest to know more, please contact us immediately, we are waiting for you all the time.

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