How Long Can Dialysis Patients Live
How long can dialysis patients live? It is such a question cared about by patients themselves or their family members. We hope the following content can bring you new hopes.
Firstly, some materials show that the average life expectancy for dialysis patients is 4.25 years, and only 10% of patients can live for 10 years. But the fact is that there is no an exact answer to how long can dialysis patients live, that is because it can be affected by many factors, such as patients’ age, what their primary diseases are, whether there are some obvious symptoms or complications and so on.
However, we are here helping improve the life expectancy for dialysis patients through saving their own kidneys. We use Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and other types of Chinese therapies to treat kidney diseases. It is a new development of Chinese herbal medicines, but used externally. Two bags filled with processed Chinese herbal medicines are put under patients’ lower back, so patients just need to lie on the bed to take the treatment. There is no pain and any other discomforts. With the help of osmosis device, the active materials of Chinese herbal medicines will be directly taken to kidneys by blood flow. Then, they play functions of anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, degradation, expanding blood vessels, improving blood circulation, removing blood stasis out of body, offering kidneys nutrients and promoting DNA replication of damaged kidney inherent cells to gradually repair kidney damage and recover renal function.
In general, after one week of treatment of Chinese therapies, symptoms and complications will be obviously treated, and after one month, GFR level will be increased to a certain degree. We do believe that is the best way to help kidney disease patients.
So, do not care about how long dialysis patients can live. What you should do is to save your own kidneys.
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