Can Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy Cure IgA Nephropathy2016-03-11 14:12
Actually, despite a lot of advancement in the filed of medicine, still there is no permanent cure for patients with kidney damage, especially severe kidney damage. However, one of big advantages of the treatment is to repair kidney damage and improve renal function from the root. It can help relieve related symptoms and control even stop progression of illness condition. That is Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, an effective and popular treatment to deal with kidney damage in Shijiazhuang Hetaiheng Hospital.
Basics about IgA Nephropathy
As we all know that IgA Nephropathy is an autoimmune disorder ( involving the body’s immune system). Due to disordered immune system, IgA ( an antibody which usually helps the body to fight infections) deposited in the glomerulus, where they cause inflammation and scarring. In 1/3 cases, it goes on to cause progressive severe damage to the kidneys.
How can Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy treat IgA Nephropathy?
Actually, it is an external application. One formula used in this therapy usually contains 13-14 kinds of Chinese medicines. And the doctor will select proper herbal medicines according to your illness conditions. Chinese herbs are super-finely shattered. With help of osmosis device, the active ingredients can help permeate into kidney lesions directly. Generally speaking, the treatment can help achieve the root goal through anti-inflammatory, anti-coagulation, expanding blood vessels, preventing thrombus and providing nutritions to damaged kidney. In the case, kidneys can get enough blood and oxygen, which lays a solid foundation for recovering renal function.
If you want to know more details about Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy or want to control IgA Nephropathy well, you can send email to us, we will try our best to help you. Our email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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