Qu Jin, End-stage Renal Failure, China
NAME: Qu Jin
COUNTRY: Shanxi, China
AGE: 27 years old
DIAGNOSIS: CKD 5 stage (End-stage Renal Failure), Renal Anemia, Renal Hypertension
CONDITION BEFORE TREATMENT
Mr. Qu suffered from vomiting, nausea and loss of appetite. He also experienced shortness of breath and chest distress after exercises. He sought treatments from local hospital and the doctor prescribed him some stomach medicines but with poor result. After taking those pills his condition failed to improve. To make things worse, his serum creatinine reached up to 12.8mg/dL, hemoglobin was 68g/l. no obvious changes of urine output only with pale face and dizziness. Mr. Qu regarded those discomforts as some kind of stress coming from his work, and that explained why he didn’t care much.
START OF THE TREATMENT: May 15, 2009
TREATMENT FROM Tung Shin Tang KIDNEY DISEASE HOSPITAL
Stem Cell Therapy: two cycles of umbilical cord stem cells and two cycles of mesenchymal stem cells
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, 3 times/day, 45 min/time
CONDITION AFTER TREATMENT
“I also had swelling in my legs, making day to day life more difficult. I had to quit my job and sought for reliable approaches for the last four years. I went to tons of hospitals and spent lots of money, but I got nothing, no improvements or something I expect at all.” said Mr. Qu.
After the patient hospitalized, we focused on correcting his anemia, and dealing with his symptoms. After those symptoms had been corrected and his condition became stable, we began our featured therapy—Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. This therapy is used to lower the high blood pressure as well as promote blood circulation. And then he was received stem cell injection, after several months passed, the patient’s chest distress went away; he had no nausea and ate more. He had florid faces as well as regained his power again.
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