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Kidney Failure Patient with Creatinine 8.3: Have I to Take Dialysis

2016-09-07 10:09

Kidney Failure Patient with Creatinine 8.3: Have I to Take DialysisIn general, after the patient’s creatinine level high up to 8.0, the doctor will recommend them to take dialysis. So, it seems that kidney failure patients with creatinine 8.3 have to take dialysis. But is that the truth?

Is dialysis the only option for kidney failure patient with creatinine 8.3?

To be frankly, dialysis is not the only option for kidney failure patient with high creatinine level, renal transplant and some unique Chinese Medicines can be the alternative treatment of dialysis. That is to say, as a kidney failure patient you can choose the corresponding treatment according to your own condition.

Renal transplant for treating kidney failure

Renal transplant once thought to be the most effective treatment, it can help kidney failure patient live a high quality life without dialysis. However, it will cost the patient a large amount of money. What’s more, it will take a long time to seek the donor. Plus, the new kidney may goes failure again.

Chinese Medicine for treating kidney failure

The innovation treatment of Chinese Medicine bring hope to the kidney failure patient who want to live a quality life away from dialysis, it can improving the kidney function by repairing the damaged kidneys and protected them from further damage. With the help of the Chinese Medicine, the kidney failure patient can get a chance to control their disease without dialysis and renal transplant.

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