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How Does Immunotherapy Treat IgA Nephropathy

How Does Immunotherapy Treat IgA NephropathyOver the years, research shows that immunotherapy has made great achievements of treating IgA Nephropathy. IgA Nephropathy describes that IgA, a kind of antibody, builds up in glomerular mesangial area, causing inflammatory reaction in this area. In this way, kidney is impaired and kidney function decreases. If not treated, IgA Nephropathy can progress into end stage kidney failure. Immunotherapy has good effects on IgA Nephropathy, which is divided into six steps.

Now let’s see how immunotherapy treat IgA Nephropathy with these six steps:

1. Immunologic diagnosis.

First of all, patients with IgA Nephropathy will get comprehensive and systematic diagnosis with the most advanced and accurate diagnosis system. In this way, immunologic diagnosis can find out the harmful immune element which impairs kidney.

2. Immune block therapy.

It describes that using various immunosuppressive medicines comprehensively prevents all kinds of aggressive inflammatory responses in kidneys. Thus, kidney inherent cells can be protected from damage.

3. Immune tolerance therapy.

Immune tolerance therapies can prevent Ultra immune inflammatory response to achieve the goal that tissues in kidney coexist with immune complex in body.

4. Immunomodulatory therapy.

In this step, patients with IgA Nephropathy are under treatment by promoting blood circulation to remove blood stasis. Thus, immune complex in kidney can be eliminated and the inherent immune system in body is restored.

5. Immune protection therapy.

Immune protection therapy means that patients with IgA Nephropathy will restore and reconstruct inherent immune system in body with treatment of cell therapy and Yiqiyangsheng, a kind of Chinese medicines treatment, which can regulate systems of body and provide nutrients for patients with IgA Nephropathy.

6. Immune clearance therapy.

At this stage, specific immune complex and other toxic immune elements in the blood are removed from body by blood purification technology.

As a consequent, patients with IgA Nephropathy can get very effective results with the above treatment. Besides, immunotherapy has almost no side effects on patients with IgA Nephropathy, which is worth a try to treat IgA Nephropathy.

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