Is it reversible for patients with Early Diabetic Nephropathy? Diabetic Nephropathy is the most serious disease in kidney problems. It has so many common complications, so people need to pay attention to it in daily life. Then,
Clinical and experimental studies have shown that metabolic disorder of chronic high blood sugar is the main cause of diabetic microangiopathy. So for the treatment of diabetic nephropathy, it can by continuous infusion of subcutaneous insulin therapy to control blood sugar. It can effectively control the progression of nephropahty.
Early Diabetic Nephropathy is able to be reversed. Effective control of hypertension is really helpful in the treatment of diabetic nephropathy. Hypertension is not only to accelerate the progress of diabetic glomerular damage, and aggravate diabetic retinopathy. So patients who want to have a changeover of Diabetic Nephropathy that correct treatment is necessary.
Typically, dialysis and western medicines to control condition are the most common methods to treat for diabetic nephropathy. But these therapies and Western medicine can not treat both inside and outside at the same time.
As a matter of fact, diabetic nephropathy is also a kind of kidney damage. Kidney can not work well will make the blood situation more and more serious, so that treat this kind of disease also need to repair the kidney damage and improve kidney function.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and Stem Cell Therapy are the most effective two treatments for diabetic nephropathy. They have ability to repair kidney damage and improve kidney function, which is also can be alternative to dialysis.
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