What Treatment is Helpful for Patient with Creatinine 6.8 to Avoid Dialysis2015-10-26 14:56
What treatment is helpful for patients with creatinine 6.8 to avoid dialysis ? You know, the development of kidney disease is divided into 3 stage: inflammatory reaction stage, fibrosis formation stage, and scarring formation stage. These three stages often exist at the same time. For patients who are suffered from symptoms of kidney failure such as very high toxins(high serum creatinine,high uric acid), lots of proteinuria, swelling in legs,besides, both kidneys have obvious shrunk, which means their kidney function have been damaged seriously.
You know, according to international standard,when GFR level is lower than 14%, then dialysis will be necessary. As for me, i don’t so strongly suggest my patient take dialysis due to many side effects. What is worse, once patient started dialysis for a long term, it will be hard for them to get rid of it.
so What we can do for kidney failure with creatinine 6.8 is to help protect their healthy glomerulus and prevent them from getting damaged by offer a good inner environment. For the damaged renal cells we should offer enough blood and oxygen to the kidneys then make the damaged renal cells get repaired. Only by this way can the renal function get improved, so that the patients can get a chance to avoid dialysis.
What treatment is helpful for patients with creatinine 6.8 to avoid dialysis ?
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy as one of the innovation of traditional Chinese Medicine, it is helpful for improving the kidney functions by repairing the damaged kidney cells and protecting them from further damage. With the help of this treatment, kidney failure patients with creatinine 6.8 can get their kidney function improved gradually, then get a chance to avoid dialysis.
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