What Can We Do to Treat Kidney Failure with 19% Renal Function2017-03-20 14:03
One day, a kidney failure patient send a e-mail to me for the treatments. She has been on dialysis for two years. Now, her renal function is 19%. What can we do to help her?
What the kidney failure with 19% renal function means?
Kidney failure refers to a medicine situation in which the kidney can not hold its action to clean up the toxins in the body. Then, patients will be ill with hypertension, anemia, swelling and others as the harmful things are assembled in the body.
For this case, what should we do?
Kidney failure patients who has only 19% renal function must pay more attentions to their life. They would better have a low-salt, low-fat, low-phosphorus diet. Also, they ought to take enough water and sport every day. At the same time, they are not allowed to drink, smoke, be tired and others which are baleful for the kidney. Also, they are in need of an effective treatment.
What treatment is useful to the patients?
Immunotherapy. In Beijing Tongshantang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the doctor usually applies the Mai Kang Mixture to improve the immunity of the patients. Patients who own a strong immune system will have less opportunities to get a infection or a cold.
Toxin-Removing Therapy. It can assist patients in getting rid up the unwanted substances throughout the whole body. When there is no baleful factors in the body, the kidney will begin to rebuild.
Hot Compress Therapy. In the treatment, the patients’ Shenshu area will be hot pressed with the Chinese medicines. Later, the kidney self-healing ability will be added in the new internal environment. When the kidney is restored, the patient will live a better life.
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