Kidney Failure Patient with Creatinine 6.7: How to Avoid Dialysis2016-06-07 17:58
In general, for patient with creatinine 6.7 doctor will recommend dialysis to them, so that they can live better. But, it is known dialysis will bring some side effects during relieving the symptoms, so some of the patients want to avoid it.
What side effects will dialysis bring?
Dialysis is helpful, but long-term application of it will cause a series of side effects which include low blood pressure, infections, muscle cramp, tiredness, headache, fever, itchy skin, nausea, anemia, electrolyte imbalance, peritonitis, hernia and infectious disease and so on
How to avoid dialysis for kidney failure patient?
Dialysis is suggested for kidney failure patients, as it can help failed kidneys to purify blood. We all know kidney is the organ that is responsible for filtering blood and producing urine. During this process, wastes produced in the body can be discharged with excessive fluid as urine as the same time. When kidneys are injured and kidney function is impaired severely, waste products which should be expelled by kidney will pile up in blood. So if we can find some ways to improve the kidney function, then patient will get a chance to live without dialysis.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy as one of the innovation of traditional Chinese Medicine, it can improve the kidney function by repairing the damaged kidneys and protecting them from further damage. So with the help of this treatment, kidney failure patient can avoid dialysis gradually.
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