How to Help Bilateral Renal Parenchymal Patient Avoid Dialysis2016-10-04 16:11
Bilateral renal parenchymal disease is a kidney disorder, in which the renal parenchyma in both kidneys are impaired. Without good controlling, this disease may progressed into advanced stage, then, the patients have to face dialysis.
What treatment can help those patients avoid dialysis?
The common treatment for bilateral renal parenchymal disease usually aims at relieving some symptoms and slowing down the development of the disease. However, only this is not enough. The glomerular damage can not be treated by these western medicines. So patients with bilateral renal parenchymal disease who receive the common treatment still are at risk for Kidney Failure which needs dialysis or kidney transplant in the near future. If your kidney function keeps declining, then kidney disease experts recommend Chinese herbal medicine which is regarded as the efficient treatment for bilateral renal parenchymal disease.
The advanced blood purification techniques like dialysis, immune adsorption, plasma exchange, blood perfusion can be used to clean the toxins in blood, this to relieve the corresponding symptoms of bilateral renal parenchymal disease. However, it cannot remove those symptoms from its root.
Through anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, degradation, promoting blood circulation, removing blood stasis and providing nutrition for damaged kidneys, the Chinese herbal medicines can help the patient repair the glomerular damage. It is likely to prevent the kidney function losing and enhancing it, to some extent, then, dialysis and kidney transplant can be prevented and the quality of life can be improved.
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