What Ways Can be Used to Treat Kidney Failure with Diabetes2016-12-23 14:00
Diabetes sometimes damages kidneys so badly that they no longer work. When kidneys fail, the person needs to replace their function with either dialysis or a transplant. That is to say, dialysis and transplant are two common ways to treat kidney failure with diabetes.
Dialysis, the more common form of kidney-replacement therapy, is a way of cleaning the blood with an artificial kidney. There are two types of dialysis: hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis.
No matter which type is chosen, the person undergoing dialysis needs to work closely with the health care team to keep diabetes under control.
One option for the person with ESRD is a new kidney. Transplants are most successful when the kidney comes from a living relative. Another option is a cadaver kidney (a kidney from an unrelated person who has just died)
Alternative of dialysis/transplant
To be frankly, there is another way can be used to treat kidney failure with diabetes, that is Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. This treatment is an innovation of traditional Chinese Herb Medicine, and has been proved to be effective for treating kidney failure.
With the help of this treatment, the kidney damage can be stopped, even reversed to some degree. So that the patient can live a quality life without dialysis and renal transplant.
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Controlling your blood sugar and blood pressure are also helpful for slowing down kidney damage or keep it from getting worse, so do take your medicines on time.
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