Why Do ESRD Patients Experience Anemia
For patients with ESRD, anemia is a common symptom. Today, we are going to find the cause and give you some suggestions.
ESRD, refers to end stage renal disease, it is not an easy disease to treat. If controlled badly, it is possible to cause renal failure and affect the quality of life seriously. Then, why do patients present anemia?
1. In normal case, the healthy kidneys can secrete EPO(erythropoietin), which can stimulate bone narrow to produce red blood cells. However, once kidney are damaged, or there is inflammation in kidneys, especially in ESRD, the failed kidneys can not secrete enough EPO, in this case, the shortage of EPO will lead to anemia.
2. In addition, another possible cause is the too strict diet management. In order to decrease the burden of failed kidneys and delay of the progression of real failure, doctors suggest patients limit the intake of protein, fat, and other nutrients. However, the above substances are necessary for the body. If patients limit the intake for long term, anemia can occur due to the shortage of iron element.
Then, how to relieve anemia and improve the quality of life?
Usually, ESRD patients are suggested to inject glucose by vein, to some extent, anemia can be relieved. However, it can not treat anemia from the root. Luckily, in Peking Tung Shin Tang Chinese Medical Hospital, there is an effective method called Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, which can alleviate anemia by improving renal function from the root. The original way is used externally and based on the Chinese medicine, and meanwhile, it makes full use of osmosis device. By dilating the blood vessels of the whole body, changing the condition of ischemia and hypoxia, providing essential nutrients for failed kidneys, renal function can be improved from the root. Thereby, anemia can be treated effectively.
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