What Treatment Can Prevent FSGS from Kidney Failure2016-11-15 16:57
FSGS, termed as Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis, is a common cause of kidney failure. Generally, the prognosis of kidney failure caused by FSGS isn’t so good. So an effective treatment for early treatment of FSGS is needed.
In general, children and youngsters are at a higher risk of FSGS than elder people. In the early stage, these patients are more likely to show heavy proteinuria, hematuria, continuous high blood pressure and swelling, especially in legs. If FSGS is uncontrolled effectively, it may lead to Renal Failure.
What treatment can prevent FSGS from Kidney Failure?
Normally, our kidney is responsible to filter wastes, excess water and toxins, while it indicates part of kidney function has been lost when the person is diagnosed with FSGS. As a result, some severe complications may occur as the consequence of wastes building up in the kidney. According to the pathogenesis of FSGS, a natural treatment, called Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, is used.
Compared with traditional Chinese medicine, this treatment is more effective. What’s more, it has imports the advanced western medical technologies. With some certain method, the effective herbal medicines are crushed to play its pesticide effect fully. Through the synergistic effect of oral taking medicines and external application medicines, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is able to supply enough nutrition to damaged cells and activate them to play their function again. This natural treatment induce fewer side effects than steroids, dialysis and other treatments.
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