An Effective Treatment for Atrophic Kidney
Atrophic kidney is a medical condition where one or both of patients’ kidneys are shrunk. Poor blood supply to the kidneys and/or loss of nephrons both can contribute to shrinking kidney. Early detection and effective treatment for atrophic kidney is the best method to keep patients’ condition from worsening.
Normally, the kidney is approximately 11-14cm in length, 6cm wide and 4cm thick. The gender, age and body weight can make these values change. B-ultrasound is able to help people find out whether their kidney is smaller than the normal size. Once a person is diagnosed with atrophic kidney, how to treat their disease must be their biggest concern. Here, we will give a introduction of atrophic kidney in detail.
What is the effective treatment for atrophic kidney? Since atrophic kidney occurs as a consequence of poor blood supply to the kidney and nephron damage, the effective treatment is to increase the blood flow in kidney and repair nephron damage. At present, it is impossible to repair all damaged kidney cells, because some of them have been necrotic completely. To these necrotic kidney cells, we can do nothing to make them alive again. The only thing we can do is to improve blood circulation, increase the blood flow in kidney and repair damaged but not necrotic kidney cells as much as possible.
How to achieve the above purposes? Here, we recommend Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, which combines the essence of advanced western medicines and traditional herbal medicines. With the help of oral taking herbal medicines and external application medicines, this treatment can help expand blood vessels, regulate immune system, increase blood flow in the kidney and enhance patients’ self-curative ability. Once these aspects are achieved, the damaged kidney cells will recover to work again with enough nutrition and strong self-curative ability.
Finally, there is still one more thing needed to note that a healthy diet is also part of this effective treatment for atrophic kidney. If you want to know more about this treatment, you can leave you message in the form below.
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