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Prognosis Of Nephrotic Syndrome With Dialysis,Kidney Transplant

The Prognosis Of Nephrotic Syndrome With Dialysis Or Kidney TransplantIn clinic, dialysis or kidney transplant is seen commonly for Nephrotic Syndrome especially in its end stage. For nephrotic syndrome patients who only know a little of whether dialysis or kidney transplant, not only patients themselves, but their relatives, all the people are eager to know how about the prognosis of nephrotic syndrome with dialysis or kidney transplant in their daily life.

Firstly, we will talk about the prognosis of nephrotic syndrome with dialysis together.

Compared with kidney transplant, dialysis is more easier to be used due to its obvious and quick effect. Moreover, dialysis is a method of cleaning the blood with an artificial kidney through eliminating wastes and liquids from the body and supplementing the nutritions to damaged kidney. As a temporary treatment, it is indeed a good choice for nephrotic syndrome patients. However, as we all know that dialysis can only replace a part of kidney functions, in other words, the level of creatinine, urea nitrogen and other wastes will increase again once dialysis is stopped. This is the reason why patients need to do dialysis regularly or twice a week. Besides, the reason why nephrotic syndrome relapses so frequently also can be seen from it. In conclusion, the prognosis of nephrotic syndrome with dialysis is not as good as we think.

Secondly, how about the prognosis of nephrotic syndrome patients with kidney transplant?

Actually, patients like kidney transplant better than dialysis because it is able to treat nephrotic syndrome from the root with less side effects and low recurrence rate. What is more, if a suitable donor could be found, kidney transplant is the best option for nephrotic syndrome patients although its cost is a little high. Once the new transplanted kidney functions very well without any side effects, undoubtedly, the life span of nephrotic syndrome will be prolonged greatly.

Finally, for those patients who are not satisfied with their current treatment including dialysis and kidney transplant, we will introduce some safe and high efficacy treatments as long as you contact us immediately. We are glad to help you.

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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