Would Chinese Medicine Treatment Lower Creatinine 6.01 and Avoid Dialysis
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What does creatinine 6.01 indicate?
Creatinine 6.01 is one of the symbol of the serious damaged kidneys. So that, the patients will be in need of the artificial replacement - dialysis to accomplish one of the renal function, filtering the blood, provided the kidneys are failed to eliminate the excessive water, toxins and wastes as it should do. In this case, lack of appetite, nausea, anemia, swelling, back pain, proteinuria, hematuria and other symptoms will come out.
Which function does Chinese medicine treatment take to treat creatinine 6.01 and prevent dialysis?
Chinese medicine treatment has been applied and development days by days from thousands of years ago. Nowadays, it combined with the advanced technology and western medicine to take effects on lessening creatinine level and restore kidney function quickly, naturally and effectively.
For an example, Beijing Tongshantang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine receives Toxin-Removing Therapy, a comprehensive treatment containing Acupuncture Therapy, Moxibustion Therapy, Foot Bath Therapy, Steaming Therapy, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Hot Compress Therapy and other Chinese medicine treatment, to realize the goal of activating blood, dispelling stasis, detoxification, protection and recovery with less side effects. When the kidneys are rebuilt, the creatinine 6.01 will be diminished, the patients can hold a fairly normal life without doing dialysis or transplant.
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