IgA Nephropathy with Creatinine 7.3 How to Treat It2015-10-05 14:54
How to treat IgA Nephropathy with creatinine 7.3 ? In clinic, creatinine level 7.3 indicate that the disease has progressed into kidney failure. In this stage, there are so many toxins in the patient’s body. So the patient need to clean the toxins and deposit in the body to make a good environment for repairing the damaged kidney cells.
How to treat IgA Nephropathy with creatinine 7.3 ?
Dialysis as one of the common treatment of kidney failure, it gets rid of the harmful substances as well as the wastes products out of body and helps the body keep proper balance of chemicals. Dialysis uses a dialyzer to clean your blood, during this process, the blood in your body will be transfer into dialyzer. The dialyzer filters out the wastes products and extra fluids. However, it just can control the common symptoms, it can not treat the disease fundamentally. For patients with longer term of dialysis, the illness condition will deteriorate progressively. Once patients start the journey of dialysis, they can not get rid of dialysis for the rest of their life. If patients stop dialysis, they will suffer from serious complications as well come symptoms, such as nausea, vomiting, shortness of breath, decreasing urine output or no urine at all. What’s worse, the symptoms and complications will threat patients’ life.
This treatment aims at repairing the damaged kidneys, enhance kidney function and rebuild the innate immune system of human body. By it’s four main function(anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, anti-thrombosis and enlarge blood vessels), it can delay or reverse the progression of IgA Nephropathy. For patient who’s creatinine level has up to 7.3, they can get a chance live a quality life without dialysis.
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