Help Stage 3 CKD Patients Avoid Dialysis and Kidney Transplant Effectively
Stage 3 CKD means the moderate reduction in kidney function. With the proper treatment, stage 3 CKD still can be reversed. However, the fact in the clinic is that most cases are finally delayed and develop kidney failure requiring dialysis and kidney transplant.
Frankly speaking, in most western countries even in the whole world, there are 4 ways for kidney diseases: wait and see, Western Medicine, Dialysis, Transplant. Kidney Disease is known as a silent killer. When patients' condition is in renal inflammation reaction stage (early stage or early-middle stage), most of them can not feel clear symptoms or discomforts, so doctor adopt a wait and see attitude. When condition goes to Renal Fibrosis stage, the symptoms start to occur, such as high blood pressure, anemia, electrolyte disturbance, swelling, poor immunity etc. Patients are given symptomatic treatment to solve these discomforts, these medicines are right, but far from enough to solve the root. With more and more renal scarring come into being, most patients will have to do dialysis then transplant at last.
So, if we have to help stage 3 CKD patients avoid dialysis or kidney transplant effectively, we must help repair kidney damage and recover renal function. In our hospital, we mainly take many types of Chinese therapies including Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, foot bath, medicated bath, oral Chinese herbal medicines, etc to treat kidney diseases. Most of them are aimed at recovering renal function through a series of functions like anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, degradation, improving blood circulation, removing blood stasis and immune complexes out of body, offering kidneys nutrients and promoting DNA replication of damaged kidney inherent cells. With the recovering of renal function, stage 3 CKD can be effectively avoided developing kidney failure.
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