Can Patients with Renal Failure Stop Dialysis2012-12-25 17:06
Normally, our kidneys can do their job perfectly, even though they’re not functioning at 100%. Renal failure is defined as a large loss of the whole kidney function. Once renal failure occurs, the person has to do dialysis frequently. Boring the so frequent dialysis, some of patients with renal failure are eager to know “can patients with renal failure stop dialysis”.
Can patients with renal failure stop dialysis?
Many of them think that renal failure is a death sentence to them without a kidney transplant and it is impossible to get rid of dialysis. Is this view right? I believe the answer will give them a big surprise. In the western medicine there is no specific treatment to stop dialysis unless the patient gets a kidney transplant. In view of this, many kidney experts explore a new treatment with joint efforts. This treatment is to protect the residual kidney function and repair the impaired kidney function to some extent.
How can patients with renal failure stop dialysis?
Firstly, some oral herbal medicines are used to regulate the immune system and expand the blood vessels. Then the wastes can pass the blood vessels fully to reduce the burden of kidney. Secondly, some external application medicines are used to protect the residual kidney function and repair the impaired part, and in some cases medicated bath is also used to strengthen the treatment. Medicated bath is able to help open pores throughout the body, in order to make the medical liquid permeate into the skin. Once part of the patient’s kidney function is recovered, he won’t need dialysis so frequently or even he can stop dialysis if his condition is relatively health.
Don’t lose your confidence, even if you are suffering from renal failure and do dialysis frequently. At present, a traditional Chinese Medicine which has been mature in the north of China is able to help you. If you want to have a deeply understanding, you can ask any question through consulting us.