What Treatments Can be Used for Treating Lupus Nephritis2016-06-27 17:32
Although the use of aggressive immunosuppression has improved both Lupus Nephritis patient and renal survival over the past several decades, the optimal treatment of LN remains challenging. Improved outcomes have come at the expense of significant adverse effects owing to therapy. Moreover with long-term survival, the chronic adverse effects of effective therapies including risk of malignancy, atherosclerosis, infertility, and bone disease all become more important. Finally, some patients fail to achieve remission with standard cytotoxic therapy and others relapse when therapy is reduced. Then, what treatments can be used for treating Lupus Nephritis?
In recent years, experts have invented a series of treatments that appear to be efficacious in achieving and maintaining remission, but with less toxicity than standard regimens, that is the combination use of stem cell transplant, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, and some western medicines.
How can those treatment treat Lupus Nephritis?
Western medicines should be used to control the symptoms caused by this disease.
Stem cells can restrain the proliferation of T cells and the immune reaction by cellular interaction and producing cell factors so as to play the roles of rebuilding immune system. That's how stem cells can help improve the immunity of the patients.
At the same time, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is applied to supplement stem cell transplant and improve kidney function.
So for the treatment of Lupus Nephritis, it is a comprehensive way, not a single medicine or treatment can achieve the optimal purpose we want.
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