Is there Any Alternative Treatment for Kidney Failure Except Renal Transplant2015-08-19 16:35
Is there any alternative treatment for kidney failure except renal transplant ? In fact, there are lots of other treatment based on traditional Chinese Medicines can help kidney failure patient live better without renal transplant.
Why kidney disease patient don’t want to take renal transplant ?
Kidney transplant is one of the most common and effective treatment of kidney failure, it can prolong the patient’s life span and improve their life quality greatly. However, after transplant, patient has to take anti-rejection drugs for the rest of their life, even though, their new kidney may goes failure again at any time. In addition, not all the patients are suitable for kidney transplant, that is why some patients are eager to find some alternative treatments.
What kind of treatment can be the alternative treatment of renal transplant ?
As we mentioned at the beginning, there are many treatments based on Traditional Chinese Medicines can help kidney failure patient live better without renal transplant. Micro-Chinese Medicine as one of the most well-known one it can be the best alternative treatment. With the help of this treatment, kidney failure patient can live a high quality life.
How can Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy treat kidney failure ?
You know, this kind of treatment has four main functions, which are anti-coagulation, anti-thrombosis, anti-inflammation and enlarge blood vessels. By those four functions, the kidney tissues can be repaired and protected from further damage, so the kidney function will be improved gradually.
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