This is a Nephrotic Syndrome patient who is 5 years old. Before the Toxin-Removing Therapy, her Proteinuria 3.35g. After constant several months of therapy, her proteinuria reduced to 0.24g radically without relapse.
Originally, before she came to our hospital, she once had protein 4+ and 24h protein quantity 11g. Through months of steroids treatment, her condition had no improvement. Her parents did not want to the child suffered from the side effects any more, and feared the illness condition, they came to our hospital for Traditional Chinese Medicine treatments.
Because the little girl was insensitive to steroids, we gave her Toxin-Removing Therapy with necessary steroids to relieve urgent symptoms. The toxin-removing therapy is a systematic treatment which contains lots of natural treatments, we chosen several based on her illness condition.
About 7 days later, her edema disappeared a lot and illness condition also was stable than before. Her families asked to go home for medication. After discussion, we thought she could leave hospital and given related medicine.
Reexamination in our hospital
1. Three months later, this little girl came back for reexamination. Her proteinuria was 1g. In fact, her parents always monitored her take medicine.
2. Several days ago, she came back again. Proteinuria was 0.24g, almost reached to the normal level. This time, they stayed here to consolidate and stabilize the illness condition.
Doctor’s reminder: If pediatric Nephrotic Syndrome can be treated timely and properly, the prognosis will be good.
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