Life Expectancy of Stage 5 CKD Without Dialysis or Kidney Transplant
Stage 5 CKD is also called stage 5 kidney failure, it is a severe stage, so, what is the life expectancy without dialysis or transplant?
Before answering the question, let’s learn what is stage 5 kidney failure?
Stage 5 renal failure refers to GFR(glomerular filtration rate) is less than 15ml/min, in this case, nearly all the kidney function has lost, in order to maintain the life, patients have to choose dialysis or kidney transplant.
Life expectancy of stage 5 CKD without dialysis or kidney transplant.
Dialysis is the artificial process of eliminating wastes and extra fluid from the blood. Generally, it can prolong 3-5 years life span. In addition, kidney transplant is a surgery to replace the failed kidney with a healthy kidney. A successful transplant can make patients live as long as others. But the success rate is small.
However, the life expectancy is mainly decided by the specific illness condition. If there is still certain urine in stage 5 CKD, it is possible to prolong life expectancy without dialysis or kidney transplant. Next, we will introduce a method.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy
It is a new method that combines traditional herbal medicines and modern medical equipment and technology. During the course, patients just need to lie on the bed, and two bags filled with shattered medicines will be placed on Shenshu acupoints externally, with the help of osmosis device, the medicine can be permeated into kidney lesion, by improving blood circulation, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation and providing nutrients for the impaired kidneys, the kidney function can be enhanced remarkably.
Once renal function is improved, it is hopeful to avoid dialysis or kidney transplant. If you have interest, contact with online doctors.
Also, if you happen to be a stage 5 CKD patients, and are eager to know whether you can prolong life expectancy, send your test report email@example.com, we are here to help you.
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