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Something About Nephrotic Syndrome In Children

Something About Nephrotic Syndrome In ChildrenIn clinic, nephrotic syndrome in children is one of the common urinary system diseases in childhood, which is caused by the increase of glomerular permeability due to various reasons and then a large number of proteins lose in urine. As the reason that Nephrotic syndrome attacks children more easier than adults, not only children themselves, this disease also brings lots of worries to their parents. So it is necessary to learn something about Nephrotic syndrome in children in time.

The common symptoms of nephrotic syndrome in children

1. Proteinuria

In clinic, proteinuria is the most common symptom of nephrotic syndrome in children. Due to damaged glomerular filtration membrane, the amount of protein in urine increases sharply which exceeds the absorption capacity of kidney tubules and finally, proteinuria occurs.

2. Edema

The main cause of edema is water and sodium retention in child’s face, feet, ankle and legs, in other words, the liquids in tissue space increase.

3. Hyperlipidaemia

As we all know that various complications can be caused by nephrotic syndrome in children, like Glomerular sclerosis, blood clots, arteriosclerosis and so on. Hyperlipidaemia has a great relationship with these complications.

The nursing management of nephrotic syndrome in children

1. First of all, a good environment should be given to children who have suffered with nephrotic syndrome. Besides, in their daily life, children should change clothes regularly depending on the weather and avoid cold as much as possible.

2. Then their daily diet also is a vital part among nursing managements of nephrotic syndrome in children. A high quality protein diet and a low salt diet are highly recommended to them, including fish, lean meat, milk, egg white, etc.

3. Finally, have a good sleeping also plays an important role in preventing children from getting nephrotic syndrome effectively.

Of course, our final purpose is to treat nephrotic syndrome in children from the root. If you are looking for a natural treatment now, feel free to let us know, our magic therapies will help you greatly.

Hope the above information is helpful for you. If you have any other questions on kidney disease or want to get more personalized and professional treatment suggestions, please leave a message below.







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