What indicators should be monitored for diabetic nephropathy?
Doctor's reply: guidance: urinary protein. It is recommended that patients should have urinary protein test at least twice or more every year to check urinary microalbumin excretion rate and urinary albumin creatinine ratio. 2. Renal function. It is suggested that patients should test their renal function once a year. They can take blood to test the level of serum creatinine to evaluate their renal function. The diagnosis of diabetic nephropathy sometimes requires renal biopsy. The prognosis should be based on the urinary protein and glomerular filtration rate, so as to improve the survival rate and improve the progression of diabetic nephropathy.