Diabetic Nephropathy Poses Great Risks for Patients

We'll have to talk of the primary disease of diabetic nephropathy, diabetes.

Diabetes is a vasular ralated disease. where there are blood vessels, there are threatens brought by blood concentration and blood viscocity under high blood sugar state. By reducing blood and oxygen supply, longterm high blood sugar will gradually make blood vessels sclerosing, involving in multiple organs, such as kidneys, cardiovasular systems, foot, retina, etc

The incidence of those complications increase with time and can be accelerated by not well controlled illness condition. Usually diabetics who present kidney problem have suffered from diabetes over a long time, so possibly they are faced with obvious or potential risks in main organs. At later stages, severe kidney function decline accompanied by those complications will bring very serious results and make the treatment even difficult.

Besides, Diabetics with kidney problems are also more likely to suffer from infections: one the one hand, high blood sugar offers a good environment for bacteria to grow; on the other hand, blood vessel lesions and metabolic disorder caused reduces resistance to bacteria.

Due to the above two factors, at end-stage kidney disease, even a simple cold can be uncontrollable and can be life-threatening.

What's worse, diabetic nephropathy is not easily treated. Dialysis is commonly adopted for those with obvious symptoms and high serum creatinine, but kidney impairment can not be repaired through it; blood visocity and concentration poses more chances of getting infections, which will deteriorate the condition. By leaving kidneys alone, longterm dialysis will make kidneys gradually get atrophied and failed.

Kidney transplantation, a final choice for those with renal failure, is also not sutible for diabetics with end-stage kidney disease. As what we have talked above, diabetics have low immunity and easily get infections so that traumas from surgeries can not be easily recovered. So there is low success rate for the transplantation. A suitable donator and rejection problems are also major concerns.

Troublesome as Diabetic Nephropathy is, treating diabetes and kidney damage as a whole at an early date is the most we can do. The combination of Stem Cell Transplantation and Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can hopefully achieve purposes of improving insulin resistance and repair kidney damages maximally.

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