Can Swelling and Bubbles in Urine be Alleviated for CKD Patients2017-03-28 17:20
One day, a Filipino consulted the renal doctor about how to treat swelling and bubbles in urine. She is a CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease) patient. And she has serious swelling on the legs. Meanwhile, we find bubbles in her urine. What can we do to treat her?
What leads to the swelling and bubbles in urine?
The swelling will appear as the redundant water what should be expelled by the kidney is assembled on the legs.
For CKD patients, the bubbles which are in the urine are proteins usually. It is leaked from the kidney what should be able to prevent the protein from losing and to take the protein back.
The two systems shows us that the kidney of the CKD patient is damaged badly.
What treatment can remit swelling and bubbles in urine for CKD patients?
Dialysis. The common technology to decreased the discomforts caused by the CKD is Dialysis. Besides, dialysis triggers weakness, poor appetite, muscle cramp and other adverse reactions. In addition, patients have to be on dialysis termly until the kidney is recovered.
Cycle Therapy. The undesired matters will be driven out through the active area of the skin by drawing the gyrate cycles on the active area with the medical mud. Patients need to keep warm during the whole treatment.
Hot Compress Therapy. The poisons will be excluded from body and the kidney will begin to renew by hot pressing the patients’ Shenshu area with Chinese medicines which are mixed according to the patients’ correct physical conditions. When the kidney is rebuilt, the unwanted things will be eliminated, the swelling will go down, the bubbles in urine will disappear, and the patient will have a high quality life.
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