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For some renal patients, they may think that after kidney transplant, they can lead a normal life. But in fact, after kidney transplant, there may be some other problems. What does it mean if proteinuria occurs after kidney transplant?

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Proteinuria Occurs After Kidney Transplant: What Does It Mean

2019-01-27 15:54

Proteinuria Occurs After Kidney Transplant: What Does It MeanFor some renal patients, they may think that after kidney transplant, they can lead a normal life. But in fact, after kidney transplant, there may be some other problems. What does it mean if proteinuria occurs after kidney transplant? Read on to learn more information.

Proteinuria is a sign of kidney damage.

The quality and quantity of proteinuria are often related to the nature and condition of kidney diseases. It is also an important prognostic indicator of kidney disease.

Proteinuria itself can damage the transplanted kidney or aggravate the original pathological changes of the transplanted kidney, which is an independent risk factor affecting the long-term human/renal survival of recipients of renal transplantation.

Proteinuria affects the prognosis of transplanted kidney.

Like common chronic kidney diseases (such as chronic nephritis), if proteinuria persists for a long time after kidney transplantation, the number of functional nephrons will gradually decrease. As a result, the function of transplanted kidney will decline, and finally enter the uremic stage again.

Previous opinions have suggested that a small amount of proteinuria after kidney transplantation has no clinical significance and may be neglected. Only when the amount of proteinuria exceeds 500 mg/24 hours and lasts for 3-6 months, should it be paid attention to.

However, recent studies have shown that even a small amount of albuminuria (including microalbuminuria) is an important factor affecting the prognosis of transplanted kidneys.

The 5-year survival rate of renal transplant recipients with proteinuria was 58.9%, while that of non-proteinuria recipients was 85.6%. When proteinuria lasted for 12 months or longer, the 5-year survival rate of renal transplant recipients dropped to 42.4%. For every 100 mg/day increase in urinary protein excretion, the risk of renal allograft failure increased by 25%.

How to treat proteinuria for patients with kidney transplant?

Since you have tried various therapies before doing transplant, we suggest you try alternatives. Here we recommend Toxin-Removing Treatment. This is a systemic Chinese medicine treatment, which is made up of several therapies, such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Foot Bath, Enema Therapy, Steam Therapy, etc. Those therapies can eliminate waste products and extra fluid from the blood. They can also reduce renal inflammation and control the disease from getting worse. Moreover, they can improve blood circulation and increase blood flow into kidneys so that enough essential elements such as oxygen, nutrients and active ingredients of medicine can be transplanted into kidneys. After a period of treatment, proteinuria will be reduced, and eventually turn negative.

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