What are Treatments to FSGS Except DialysisThis article was provided by doctor zhengfalei 2017-05-13 10:04
FSGS (Focal Segmental Glomerulus Sclerosis) means some glomeruli which is the important place in the kidney to filter the blood is damaged. And thus, the patients will have lots of sufferings as more and more excess water, toxins and wastes which should be excluded by the kidney as urine are gathered in the body. In the meanwhile, the balance of the internal environment will be disturbed. Then, what are treatments to GSGS?
As a matter of fact, many FSGS patients asked me the alternative treatments to dialysis due to the lots of discomforts caused by dialysis. Hence, what are treatments instead of dialysis to FSGS?
Compared with dialysis, Toxin-Removing Therapy can help the patients get rid of the unwanted things with less side effects. Also, it can protect the kidney from further damage and offer a healthy surrounding for the kidney to recover.
In addition, the poisons depositions can reduce the renal function and prevent the other therapies from treating the damaged kidney. Therefore, Toxin-Removing Therapy is a basis of treating the FSGS.
In Beijing Tongshantang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy will be used in combination with Toxin-Removing Therapy. It is able to extend the blood vessels, dissolve the blood stasis, promote the blood circulation, dispel the inflammation in the kidney, provide more necessary substances for the kidney, activate the renal cells, repair the disease renal cells, etc. Later, the renal function will be improved.
When the kidney is rebuilt, symptoms of FSGS will be alleviated, and the patients will live a better life without dialysis.
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