FSGS (Focal Segmental Glomerulonephritis) is a common kidney disease that leads to Nephrotic Syndrome in adults and children. It is a description of severity of glomeruli damage. Treatment for FSGS kidney disease are as follows. Any questions, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
► Nutritional treatment
The goals include maintenance of adequate nutrition, minimization of elimination of proteinuria and prevention of complications resulting from edema.
The mainstay of treatment is reduction in daily salt intake to 2 g of sodium (6 g of salt) and use of diuretics in varying doses and combinations.
A high level of protein intake may further aggravate proteinuria and damage renal function. Recommendation for an intake of 0.6-0.8g protein per kilogram of body weight is made by the dietitian.
In some cases, symptoms cannot be relieve only by diet, but require to be treated with medicines. In general, hypertensive drugs include ACEIs and ARBs, which are also effective for reducing proteinuria.
FSGS patients who have a good response to prednisone and other immunosuppressive agents have a good prognosis. For some people, they may be also give steroids or cyclophosphamide for a period.
However, long term of these medicines may cause toxicity in kidneys. Patients should take these medicines under their doctors’ supervision.
This therapy is based on hundreds of Traditional Chinese Medicines (TCMs), which come from the nature. These herbs are micronized and soaked with medical fluid. Patients just need to lie on the bed, with medical bags under their kidney areas. Then, the doctor switch the osmotic device and the ingredients can permeate into kidneys directly. These contents have the function of expanding blood vessels, reducing inflammation on glomeruli, and degrade extracellular matrixes.
You can see that this therapy can improve blood circulation and improve ischemia and anoxia in kidneys. Thereby, kidney can repair itself adequately. To sum up, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a treatment that can solve the underlying problem.