Is there Any Danger If NS Patient with Creatinine 7.8 Do Not Take Dialysis2016-04-19 17:29
In general, for patient with creatinine 7.8 they will be recommended to take dialysis so that their disease can get relieved in some degree. However, due to the side effects of dialysis and the huge cost, parts of the patient do not want to take it. Then, is there any danger if Nephrotic Syndrome patient with creatinine 7.8 do not take dialysis?
To be frankly, if the patient do not take dialysis before finding other alternative treatments, their life will be in great danger.
Patient with 7.8 creatinine in NS has developed into end-stage renal disease with loss of most kidney function. At this point, the kidneys are unable to function adequately to maintain alive. As toxins and wastes accumulate within the body, patient will experience severe symptoms or complications like nausea, vomiting, poor appetite, difficulty breathing, etc. Untreated or not effectively controlled, the condition will be life-threatening.
Is there any alternative to dialysis for Nephrotic Syndrome with creatinine 7.8?
To date, alternative option has been developed to treat this kidney disorder, which is known as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. In nowadays, this remedy is getting more and more popular among kidney patients due to its remarkable curative effects for renal failure.
As a systematic treatment, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy not only can lower high creatinine level but also can protect and improve the residual renal function. In this way, the patient can get a chance to avoid dialysis.
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