How to Treat Kidney Failure with Creatinine 8.62016-10-17 13:51
In clinic, creatinine 8.6 is much higher than the normal level, without good treatment it will goes to higher level day by day and make further damage to the kidneys. Then how to treat kidney failure with creatinine 8.6?
In order to treat kidney failure from its root, we need to clean the toxins in the body first to make a good environment for repairing the damaged kidney cells and then to clean the micromolecule toxin, the middle molecule toxin and the macromolecule toxin together.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy as the most effective treatment of kidney disease, it can help the patient achieve those aims we mentioned above. This treatment is a good combination of traditional Chinese Herb Medicine and Western Medicine. With the help of this treatment, patients who are in the advanced stage of kidney disease can get a chance to avoid dialysis. If the kidney failure patient can get this treatment in early stage of kidney disease, they may get a chance to live like a normal person.
You know, creatinine level of 8.6 is at the advanced stage of kidney failure, so for patient with so high creatinine level it is hard to reverse their disease but as long as they can get the chance to take the right treatment, they also can get a chance to live a quality life without dialysis.
If you want to know more information about Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy 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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Tips: Once your kidney function was improved to 15% and keep increasing slowly then you will never need dialysis and transplant. You know kidney disease is a kind of chronic disease, so it will take some times to repair the damaged kidney cells.
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