Winter has long been a season of children with nephrotic syndrome, and in the a/h1n1 flu season of multiple children cold, increase the occurrence of children with nephrotic syndrome. During the clinical examination, the occurrence and relapse of the disease of children nephrotic syndrome have also entered the high stage, as the weather of the smog continues and the flu season is coming.
Nephrotic syndrome is a common type of kidney disease that can have serious effects on the patient's normal work and life, pediatric nephrologists say. Especially the child resistance is very weak, to be more vulnerable to the harm of it, with the increase of disease incidence, a growing number of pediatric patients suffered with nephrotic syndrome. In cold winter, children tend to have colds. Infantile cold, infantile immune function is lower, the immune cells in the body not only can't normal engulf bacteria, tolerance, but also will germs germs antibody in the body and the pathogen itself combined into a kind of immune complex, as the blood circulation, the kidney, the deposit to the glomerular basement membrane, which has a damage to the kidney, make a lot of protein loss, eventually leading to nephrotic syndrome.
Does a cold flu cause pediatric nephrotic syndrome? The expert reminds, cold can cause children with nephrotic syndrome, pediatric patients will appear after cold limbs, eyelid, head such as the face appear different degree of swelling, especially in loose parts of the organization performance is more obvious, swelling of the skin it seems like water, few scratches will appear water seepage phenomenon, routine urine can appear the symptom of proteinuria. Also a long illness, easy to break out repeatedly, affect the normal growth and development of pediatric patients, so pediatric patients should be prepared for measures to prevent colds, pay close attention to weather changes at any time, pay attention to clothing, pediatric patients should avoid to anywhere there are a lot of people, so as not to cause infection, other patients, endanger the health of pediatric patients.