Can Dialysis Help Patient Stop the Decline of Kidney Function2016-12-06 15:25
My relative is a kidney failure patient, his kidney function declined to 17%. The doctor now ask him to take dialysis, i want to know is dialysis helpful for him, can dialysis help him stop the decline of kidney function.
To be frankly, dialysis is helpful for him, it can help him relieve those symptoms of kidney disease greatly. However, dialysis is just a replacement therapy, so it cannot help him stop the decline of kidney function.
What should your relative do now?
The most essential thing for him is to take effective treatment to prevent further decrease of kidney function and avoid complete renal failure. In this way, the disease will not progress in the future Here, i recommend Blood Pollution Therapy and Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy to you, with the help of those two treatments, he not only can stop the decline of kidney function, but also can get a chance to reverse his disease.
Blood Pollution Therapy is a systematic therapy which combines comprehensive blood purification techniques with traditional Chinese medicine remedies. By clearing the inner environment of kidneys, it can protect the kidneys from further damage and provide enough nutrients for the repair of the kidney tissues.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a perfect combination of traditional Chinese Herb Medicine and Western Medicine. By anti-thrombosis, anti-coagulation, anti-inflammation and enlarge blood vessels, it also can provide a good environment for the repair of kidney tissues and protect them from further damage.
If you are interested in those two treatments of kidney failure or want to improve kidney function, you can send email to us or leave message below, we will try our best to help you.
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