Skin Rash for Patients with 8% Kidney Functions2014-03-14 02:12
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How does skin rash occur for patients with 8% kidney functions?
Skin rash is one of tricky skin problem which brings trouble for patient’s life.Many patients would think that we only have kidney problems and we don’t have skin tissues.Here we are sorry to tell you kidney problems are indeed related to skin problems.8% kidney functions fails to keep balance of phosphorus and calcium as they usually do.Excess phosphorus will be accumulated in our body thus leading to the deposition on skin surface.Therefore skin rash develops.
Above all,we can get a conclusion that skin rash occur caused by 8% kidney functions.What should we do?
Patients would ask doctors to give them some medicines to relive skin rash.They may feel better for a while and skin rash relapses.In my opinion,we’d better focus on root perspective:improving renal functions.We can take measures in two directions:diet and treatment
For 8% kidney functions patients,they have difficult removing excess phosphorus.Food with lower phosphorus is suggested.Email to firstname.lastname@example.org to get food list for free.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is famous as its effectiveness and successful cases(Patient Story).The activated Chinese Medicine in Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy works on BL 23 Acupoint thus reliving renal damage and recovering renal functions.Meanwhile it also removes stasis including phosphorus thus reliving skin rash.
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