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Is there Any Chance for Kidney Failure Patient with Creatinine 5.6 Avoid Dialysis

2016-09-08 15:46

Is there Any Chance for Kidney Failure Patient with Creatinine 5.6 Avoid DialysisIn general, the doctor will recommend dialysis to patient with creatinine 5.6, but not all of the patients want to take it. Then, is there any chance for patient with this situation to avoid dialysis?

In fact, for patient who are in this condition, they have great chance to avoid dialysis. As a kidney failure patient with many symptoms if you could not control your disease effectively, it will aggravates your kidney function further. What's more, it affects other tissues or organs in the body. At finally, the disease may progresses into kidney failure and then dialysis will be in demand.

However, for patient with creatinine 5.6 they still have some remaining renal function, and the intrinsic cells in kidney have not damaged completely, so, there is a big chance for the patient to avoid dialysis. But, if they cannot receive the treatment timely, then the recover rate will be reduced gradually.

What treatments are helpful for helping patient to avoid dialysis?

We have treated lots of patients whose condition were similar to this case, so we have enough confidence to improve the illness condition via Traditional Chinese Herb medicine and immunotherapy, those treatments are able to help the patient to dilate their blood vessels and promote blood circulation as well as eliminate the toxins which deposit in kidney area, thus achieving a goal of treating the kidney disease. In addition, Traditional Chinese Herb medicine can help the patient prevent the disease from further damaging, and to control the complications effectively. Meanwhile, it helps the patient avoid the further sclerosis of whole body vessels, and avoid cardiac accident.

If you want to know more details about those treatments for kidney failure or want to avoid dialysis, you can send email to us or leave message below, we will try our best to help you.

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