Category: DN-Diagnosis

What are Effective Detection Methods of Diabetic Nephropathy

What are Effective Detection Methods of Diabetic Nephropathy

1. Measurement of urine protein. If symptoms like continuous positive urine protein, urine protein ration exceeding 0.5g for 24 hours, and excretion rate of albumin in urine exceeding 300mg/d appear in the conventional urine...

How to Know If You Have Diabetic Nephropathy (Diabetic Kidney Disease)

How to Know If You Have Diabetic Nephropathy (Diabetic Kidney Disease)

There are five stages of Diabetic Nephropathy in clinical. Throughout its early stages, there has no symptom. Kidney damage can begin 5 to 10 years before symptoms start. They develop in late stages and...

How to Find Diabetic Nephropothy Early

How to Find Diabetic Nephropothy Early

Until now, regular uroscopy (urine test) is the only method to detect Early Diabetic Nephropathy, which is often neglected by patients.

Early Diagnosis of Diabetic Nephropathy is of Great Importance

Early Diagnosis of Diabetic Nephropathy is of Great Importance

When small amount of albuminuria (usually 20~200μg/min or 30~300 mg/d) continuously appears on diabetics who have several years of medical history, you have potential risk of early-stage Diabetic Nephropathy. With longer medical history and...

Patients with Diabetic Nephropathy can Easily Develop Uremia

Patients with Diabetic Nephropathy can Easily Develop Uremia

  Clinical practices have proved that Diabetic Nephropathy has become the primary factor of Uremia and many patients with Uremia are developed from Diabetic Nephropathy. Then, how Diabetic Nephropathy developed into Uremia step by step?...

Classification of Diabetic Nephropathy

Classification of Diabetic Nephropathy

Stage 1: It is characterized by increased glomerular filtration rate and augment of the kidney volume. During this period, pathological changes are in coordination with blood sugar level and the disease is still reversible...

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...