Natural Purpura Nephritis Treatment in China to Avoid Kidney Failure
How to prevent purpura nephritis developing kidney failure and dialysis? Purpura nephritis is a rare kidney disease leading to chronic kidney disease in a non-negligible percentage of patients. Nephritis is observed in about 30% of children with HSP. Renal damage eventually leads to chronic kidney disease in up to 20% of children with HSP nephritis in tertiary care centres, but in less than 5% of unselected patients with HSP, by 20 years after diagnosis.
All types of immunosuppressive drugs (steroids, cyclophosphamide, azathioprin, and calcineurin inhibitors) have been used to prevent CKD in HSPN. We will not deny that these western medicines are very important and necessary to relieve some symptoms and slow down the progression of condition, but, for those purpura nephritis patients with high creatinine level, it means the kidney function has already been damaged. If a proper treatment cannot be chosen, the condition will gradually develop to kidney failure requiring dialysis or kidney transplant in the near future.
Once kidney function is impaired, only western medicines are not enough. We will use Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and other Chinese therapies including oral Chinese herbal medicine, medicated bath, foot bath, etc to help repair kidney damage and recover renal function. To say it simply, these Chinese therapies can play special functions like anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, degradation, extending blood vessels, improving blood circulation, removing immune complexes out of body, offering kidneys nutrients and promoting DNA replication of damaged kidney inherent cells to achieve saving kidneys. In that case, all of the symptoms will be naturally treated, and kidney failure, dialysis will be effectively avoided.
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