How to Treat Hypertensive Nephropathy Effectively

How to Treat Hypertensive Nephropathy effectivelyHypertensive nephropathy is kidney disorder caused by persistent high blood pressure. With the kidney function decline, the life quality and life expectancy of patients are influenced. Then, what can hypertensive nephropathy patients do to save their kidneys.

The conventional treatment method mainly uses western medicine, generally including controlling some symptom indicators, using some hormone drugs and etc. These methods can make the patients get a better improvement effectively but temporarily. Trough controlling these complications and symptoms, patients also can remit pains and protect their kidney function at some degree. However, these medicine do nothing to reverse the kidney function and the long time use of these medicine can bring a series of side effect.

In our hospital, we use the Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy to treat this kind of kidney disease. This therapy can remit the high blood pressure and repair the kidneys at thei same time. The active substances in medicine has functions of expending blood vessels, improveing the renal microcirculation and raising the glomerular filtration rate in order to restore the kidney function.

This therapy mainly makes the traditional Chinese medicine for external use, supplemented by systemic immunity adjustment, which has no side effects. With the improved blood perfusion and restored kidney structure, the kidney function can be reversed at the most degree.

During the process of treatment, the experts will set up a detailed treatment standard according to the patient’s sleep, diet, blood pressure, psychology and other aspects.

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