In clinic, Nephrotic Syndrome is caused by inflammation caused by immune disorder when immune complexes deposit in kidney, combination of antigen and antibody.
And the common treatment for Nephrotic Syndrome is immunosuppressive agents which can block inflammation superficially but fail to remove immune complexes in kidney. In this case, inflammation will occur again once you stop taking medicines or reduce medicine dosage. That is why nephrotic syndrome relapses.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy as an external therapy is used widely by increasing foreign patients. At the same time, it is a great innovation of TCM, which made the herbal medicines into powder so that they can be absorbed effectively. With the help of osmotic machine, the active ingredients arrive at kidney lesion directly through skin permeation. It is just like a massage and feels very comfortable.
The active ingredients in Chinese medicines can prevent inflammatory reaction, degrade immune complexes and remove them from the body. In this way, no relapse will occur. Moreover, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can also repair impaired kidney tissues and improve renal function through dilating blood vessels, improving blood circulation, removing blood stasis and providing nutrients to kidneys. Gradually, injured glomeruli can be restored and then the abnormal symptoms like swelling, proteinuria and hypoproteinuria can be relieved from the root.
In a word, Micro- Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is helpful for Nephrotic Syndrome from the root. If you want to have a try about it, you can consult ONLINE DOCTOR for free or leave message below with detailed information about yourself. We will provide personalized information and suggestion for you in time.
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