The kidney has “five fears”! Patients with purpura must remember to nourish the kidney!

Assistant Hu Guisheng WeChat: dd326751 Article source: Transfer from WeChat public account [Hu Guisheng Studio] Patients who are diagnosed with renal purpura must pay attention to it. Renal purpura is a serious symptom in purpura that can cause kidney damage and abnormal renal function. In severe cases, it can also lead to kidney failure, uremia, etc., threatening the lives of patients, so timely treatment is critical.  Patients with renal purpura should pay attention to it. During active treatment, they should also pay attention to nourishing the kidney and nourishing the kidney. The kidneys have “five fears”, don’t forget!   One fear: afraid of salty. Many people, when cooking food, like to put more salt, like a heavy taste diet. However, once the food is too salty, excessive intake of sodium will increase the burden on the kidneys and damage the health of the kidneys.   Second fear: afraid of staying up late. All internal organs of the body need to be detoxified and repaired at night. If you stay up late, the kidneys will increase a great burden, which is not conducive to the metabolism and detoxification of the kidneys.   Three fears: fear of taking medicine randomly. We all know that medicine is three-point poison. Many medicines will cause a certain burden on the kidneys. Therefore, if the medicine is taken indiscriminately, it will not only detoxify the kidneys, but also make excess toxins accumulate in the kidneys and affect the kidneys. health.  Four Fears: Fear of “suppression”. It is believed that in life, most people who hold urine frequently, however, long-term holding back urine can seriously damage the health of the kidneys. Holding back the urine causes the urine to stay in the body, which is easy to breed bacteria and cause the bacteria to retrograde and cause kidney infection. Therefore, for whatever reason, do not hold back your urine, and excrete urine in time.   Five Fears: Fear of “cold”. The kidneys are most afraid of “cold” stimulation, so it is very important to keep warm. In particular, to keep the waist warm, we must pay more attention to it. The waist is the home of the kidneys. If the waist is warm, it can warm the kidney yang.   Remember these “five fears”, which is equivalent to mastering the kidney taboos, and the effect of nourishing the kidneys may be better later. It is recommended that you soak your feet before going to bed every night, which can effectively promote blood circulation in the body, stimulate the kidney meridian, and help clear the meridians. You can also press the Shenshu point on the waist more, which has a very good effect on protecting the kidneys and replenishing kidney qi.

Can allergic purpura be cured?

 General term for purpura skin and mucous membrane color change after bleeding. The clinical manifestations are bleeding points, purpura, and ecchymosis. They generally do not rise above the skin surface. They can only bulge slightly in allergic purpura. They begin to be purplish red, and the color does not fade. Afterwards, they gradually become lighter and fade to yellow after about two weeks. .  Treatment of allergic purpura:   1. Identify and remove the incentives to avoid suspicious related foods and drugs; remove the infected lesions, and apply antibiotics appropriately.   2. Rest in bed to facilitate the resolution of skin purpura and reduce its recurrence.  3. Those with simple skin type can be treated with antihistamines, butadiene, calcium gluconate, increased dose of vitamin C 3-5 grams, or glycyrrhizin.   4. For patients with allergic purpura or arthritis purpura with severe skin damage, moderate doses of corticosteroids or immunosuppressive agents may be given. Commonly used prednisone 0.5-1mg/kg/d, orally once a day, or an equivalent amount of dexamethasone or methylprednisolone intravenously drip daily, after the condition improves, change the prednisone orally, and gradually reduce the amount to stop medicine. The course of treatment is generally 1 to 2 weeks, kidney type can be extended as appropriate. Hormones are often ineffective for kidney type and cannot prevent relapse. Renal patients can be treated with immunosuppressive agents such as cyclophosphamide, azathioprine, and tripterygium wilfordii for a period of 2 to 3 months. Combination therapy with hormones and immunosuppressants can also be used.   5. For patients with purpuric nephritis, anticoagulant drugs such as dipyridamole (Pan Sheng Ding), heparin or low-molecular-weight heparin calcium can also be used, and Chinese medicine Zhikang capsules can also be used. 6, symptomatic treatment of joint swelling and pain can be taken orally aspirin (not for patients with intestinal bleeding); abdominal pain can be injected 654-2; gastrointestinal bleeding can be treated with omeprazole, cimetidine, etc. Limit diet when necessary; those with intussusception, intestinal obstruction, and hemorrhage should consider surgical treatment. 7. Treatment of traditional Chinese medicine The treatment plan of traditional Chinese medicine is aimed at the category of typhus. The wind and heat or damp heat attacks the blood and blood, causing heat to hurt the veins, making the blood not follow the meridian, overflowing outside the pulse, and staying in Caused by skin. Treatment should be based on the principles of wind-relief, heat-clearing, cooling blood and removing blood stasis.

What is allergic purpura

Allergic purpura, also known as Henoch-Schonlein purpura, is an allergic vasculitis that invades the small arteries and capillaries of the skin and other organs. It is often accompanied by abdominal pain, arthralgia, and kidney damage, but the platelet does not decrease. Some people think that allergic purpura and allergic skin vasculitis belong to the same lineage disease.   etiology    may be related to streptococcal infections, viral infections, drugs, food, insect bites, etc. The mechanism of occurrence is due to immune complex deposition or IgE-mediated vascular injury. There have also been reports of increased IgA in the serum of patients, and IgA deposition in the skin small blood vessel walls and glomerular tissues in skin lesions and non-skin lesions.  Clinical manifestations    are more common in children and adolescents, and may begin with fever, headache, joint pain, and general malaise. The lesions are characterized by petechiae, petechiae, or urticaria-like rash from the needle to the size of soybeans. In severe cases, blisters, blood blisters, and even ulcers may occur. Occurs in the extended sides of the limbs, especially the lower limbs and buttocks. The lesions are symmetrically distributed, appearing in batches and prone to relapse. Only those with skin damage are called pure purpura, and those with abdominal pain, diarrhea, blood in the stool, and even gastrointestinal bleeding are called gastrointestinal purpura; those with joint swelling, pain, and even joint effusion are called joint purpura; Hematuria, proteinuria, and renal damage are called renal purpura.  Diagnosis  Limb purpura with abdominal pain, arthralgia or kidney damage is not difficult to diagnose. However, when systemic symptoms appear before skin purpura, it is easy to be misdiagnosed as rheumatoid arthritis or acute abdomen. Clinically, these diseases and other types of purpura and vasculitis need to be identified.  Treatment    1. Cause Treatment   Actively seek out and treat possible causes.   2. Drug treatment    (1) Antibiotic & nbsp. Those with infectious factors can choose appropriate antibiotics.   (2) Antihistamines & nbsp. Suitable for simple purpura, rutin, vitamin C, calcium, Anluoxue or hemostatic can be used at the same time.   (3) dapsone & nbsp. Early selection is effective.   (4) Glucocorticoids & nbsp. It is suitable for severe skin damage or purpura of joint type, abdominal type and renal type.   (5) Immunosuppressant & stubborn chronic nephritis patients can choose cyclophosphamide or azathioprine. Can be used in combination with glucocorticoids. (6) Symptomatic treatment&nbsp. Antipyretic and analgesic drugs such as indomethacin and fenbide can be used for those with fever and arthralgia; oral or intramuscular injection of anisodamine or atropine intramuscular injection for abdominal pain;   (7) Other treatments&nbsp . It has been reported to cure allergic purpura with cimetidine, compound salvia miltiorrhiza injection, tripterygium wilfordii, dextran-40, dipyridamole, etc.   3. Plasma exchange    This method can effectively remove immune complexes in the blood circulation, thereby preventing blood vessel blockage and infarction. It is suitable for abdominal and renal patients with a large number of immune complexes in plasma.