Creatinine 4.3 in Diabetes Can Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy Help to Reduce It2014-12-31 17:21
Creatinine 4.3 in Diabetes can Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy help to reduce it ? For this question the answer is yes, as an innovation of traditional Chinese herb medicine Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can solve kidney problem from its underlying causes without make further damage to the kidney.
Creatinine 4.3 means what in Diabetes ?
Creatinine 4.3 means the kidneys now are damaged moderately, the disease now have developed into Diabetic Nephtopathy and now is in stage 3, so that demand the patient to take actions immediately so as to avoid the disease goes worse.
What is Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy ?
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is based on Traditional Chinese Medicines (TCM) with the combination of advanced medical technology---osmoscope. According to the each patient’s specific illness and physical conditions, some Chinese medicines will be prescribed. Different from traditional decoction, these medicines will be micronized into fine powder and then put into small bags (about the size of kidney) which will be soaked into prepared solution. While during the treatment, 2 medicated bags will be put under the patient’s back right in renal areas. On the other side, the medicated bags are connected with osmoscope which helps promote the absorption of active ingredients in the medicines.
With the help of this therapy, the symptoms induced by kidney disorder such as high creatinine level will be corrected, so that means creatinine 4.3 in Diabeted can be reduced by Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. If you want to know more details about this therapy or need any help in treating kidney disease, do not hesitant to contact our online doctor or send email to us, we will try our best to help you. Our email: email@example.com
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