Treatment chronic nephritis syndrome in Marianske Lazne
Nephrotic syndrome is a complex of symptoms, manifested as a result of kidney damage and accompanied by massive proteinuria, impaired protein-lipid metabolism and edema. In nephrotic syndrome, an exudate or transudate accumulates in the abdominal cavity, the subcutaneous tissue swells, hydrothorax and hydropericardium develops. Over time, there is general malaise, heaviness in the lower back, pale skin, peeling and dry skin, brittle hair and nails, vomiting, diarrhea, bloating, dry mouth, constant thirst, shortness of breath, appetite lost, and headaches become more frequent. In some cases, patients note the appearance of seizures, myalgia, paresthesia. Patients prescribed salt-free diet with restriction of free fluid, bed rest, drug treatment. Treatment during remission in highly specialized climatic resorts is indicated.