What Treatment Can Replace Dialysis to Treat PKD2016-02-28 11:14
What treatment can replace dialysis to treat PKD? For most of the PKD patient who are in the advances stage, especially the Stage 5, they need to take dialysis to prolong their lifespan and improve their life quality. However, dialysis will bring some unnecessary pains for them. So they want to find some other treatment to replace dialysis.
Dialysis and advanced stage of PKD
As we all know, kidneys are excretory organs that are responsible for filtering blood and maintain a stable internal environment. If kidney function is less than 15%, it indicates kidney disease has aggravated into end stage. As kidneys are unable to remove waste products and toxins from the body correctly, patients’ life may be threatened easily.
To maintain patients’ basic life, they are more likely to begin dialysis, which can remove extra fluid and small molecular substances out of the body. However, dialysis isn’t one easy therapy even for the fittest patient. This is why the longer patients on dialysis, the more their side effects and complications.
What treatment can replace dialysis to treat PKD?
If patients still have urine or certain kidney function, some therapies can help improve their kidney function and shrink kidney cysts successfully. As long as their kidney function increases to 15% and maintains stable, they don’t need to worry about the beginning of dialysis any more.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is an innovative therapy of traditional Chinese medicine that has shown a great superiority on treating Polycystic Kidney Disease. This therapy has hundreds of formulas that are selected according to patients’ illness condition and medical test report. Until now, it has helped PKD patients to get rid of dialysis and kidney transplant.
If you are interested in this replacement treatment to dialysis or need any help in treating PKD, you can send email to us, we will try our best to help you.
Our email: email@example.com
- Pre: Is It Possible to Cure Polycystic Kidney Disease
- Next: Is Dialysis the Only Treatment for PKD Patient with 13% Kidney Function