How to Treat Edema in Kidney Failure2016-10-14 14:37
In general, edema can occur in a variety of disorders, including heart failure, cirrhosis, Nephrotic Syndrome, and Renal Failure. Here we will mainly talk about the edema associated with kidney disease.
Dialysis for the treatment of edema in kidney failure
The healthy kidneys can help people remove the wastes and excessive fluid out of body, however, if the kidneys are damaged and this kind of function is declined, edema will occur. If the kidney damage and decreased kidney function are ignored during the treatment, it will become refractory edema. Some patients with Renal Failure will not respond to any of the common treatments. In this setting, the excess fluid can be removed by dialysis or hemofiltration. Though efficient dialysis or hemofiltration is, we will not say it is safe. During dialysis, many side effects and infections such as low blood pressure, headache, nausea, vomiting, sleepy, fatigue may happen, in that case, the quality of life will be discounted. We do believe dialysis is something kidney disease patients want to avoid.
Is there any other treatment can treat edema safely and efficiently?
From the information above, we can know that as long as the damaged kidneys become healthy and the kidney function is enhanced, kidney will go back to their operating post and work normally to eliminate the excessive fluid. Here we recommend Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy to repair the kidney damage and enhance kidney function. The treatment effect of Chinese herbal medicines has been proved in clinical. If the refractory edema is caused by kidney disease, remember that enhancing kidney function and avoid dialysis and kidney transplant are the most important things.
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