Kidney Failure with Creatinine 6.8: Need I to Take Dialysis2016-07-07 14:19
I am a kidney failure patient and my creatinine is 6.8 now, need i to take dialysis? To be frankly, no one can give you the accurate answer, because we cannot make any decision just depend on the creatinine level, you know there are many factors will affect the levels of creatinine.
However, we can make a rough diagnosis according to the creatinine level. In general, doe patient with creatinine 6.8 their disease has progressed into stage 4 kidney disease, which is the advanced stage of kidney disease. For most of the patients who are in this stage, they will suffer many symptoms and complications, so in order to relieve their pains and improve their life quality, the doctor will recommend them to take dialysis. Even though, not all the patients need to take dialysis. If you have no much symptoms, you can choose another alternative treatment of dialysis, which is known as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. With the help of this treatment, the kidney failure patient can improve their kidney function gradually, thus to get a chance to avoid dialysis.
How can Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherpay help patient avoid dialysis?
This therapy is an innovation of traditional Chinese Medicine, it has four main functions, which are anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, anti-thrombosis and enlarge blood vessels. By these four functions, this treatment can repair the damaged kidney tissues and protected them from further damage. What’s more, it can promote the circulation of blood and supply enough nutrition for the kidneys to repair itself. So gradually, the kidney function can be improved.
If you want to know more details bout this alternative treatment of dialysis or want to treat kidney failure effectively, you can send email to us or leave message below, we will try our best to help you.
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