Category: DN-Diagnosis

How do you know you get diabetic nephropathy

How do you know you get diabetic nephropathy

The first sign of diabetic nephropathy is the presence of protein in the urine. Small amounts of albumin show up in the urine 5 to 1o years before major kidney damage happens. The following...

HBALC and Its Clinical Significance for Diabetes

HBALC and Its Clinical Significance for Diabetes

HBALC, short for glycated hemoglomin, is a combined product of hemoglimin(existing in erythrocytes) and blood sugar. Compared with other figures, glycated hemoglobin can more comprehensively reflect how blood sugar is controlled in the past...

Five Stages of Diabetic Nephropathy

Five Stages of Diabetic Nephropathy

During the first stage, clinical manifestation is featured by enlarged kidney size (by 25%) and increased GFR (by 20%-40%). Kidneys are in the state of high blood perfusion, and normalization of blood sugar can...