In daily life, children are easily affected by some diseases, and kidney disease is one of the multiple symptoms. According to clinical investigations, nephrotic syndrome is the most common kidney disease in children. So during the onset of the disease, what serious health impacts will nephrotic syndrome cause to the child?
（1） During the onset of the disease, the child will experience a series of pathological reactions. We can often see electrolyte disorders in children, including hyponatremia, hypokalemia, and hypocalcemia; Children may experience hyponatremia due to inappropriate long-term salt restriction or long-term consumption of sodium free salt substitutes, excessive use of diuretics, as well as factors such as infection, vomiting, and diarrhea; Under the above inducing factors, symptoms such as anorexia, fatigue, drowsiness, severe blood pressure drop, and shock, convulsions, etc. may occur.
（2） The formation of blood clots is another major health hazard for children with nephrotic syndrome. Usually, renal vein thrombosis is often seen, which is characterized by sudden low back pain, bleeding urine or increased hematuria, and severe oliguria leading to renal failure; However, subclinical types of blood vessel thrombosis in different locations are more commonly seen in clinical practice. Due to the low immune function, poor protein nutrition, and high edema of the children, some blood circulation is poor. In addition, children with kidney disease are often treated with glucocorticoids or immunosuppressants, making them very susceptible to various infections.
From the above content, it can be seen that the harm caused by nephrotic syndrome to children is particularly complex, as these symptoms can occur simultaneously, leading to a health crisis that is difficult to resolve and overwhelming for the children. Therefore, parents should pay attention to helping children defend against the invasion of nephrotic syndrome in daily life.