How Long Does Untreated Kidney Failure Leads to Death
Kidney failure is a terrible disease which is threatening people’s life. Then, how long does untreated kidney failure leads to death? Follow me to find the answer.
First, we need to know what is kidney failure?
Renal failure refers to the kidneys can not carry out the normal function. In this case, nearly all the renal function has lost. In order to maintain the life, doctors have to suggest patients receive dialysis.
However, dialysis is just an artificial process that can eliminate the wastes and extra fluid out of the body, to some degrees, it can replace kidneys to work. However, it can not treat the disease from the root. After dialysis, the renal damage still exists. Patients have to face death eventually.
Well, how long does untreated kidney failure leads to death?
Generally speaking, dialysis can only maintain patients’ life for 3-5 years, if patients do not take steps to treat renal failure, they may live shorter. However, due to the illness condition varies from person to person, so, the specific life expectancy is decided by patients’ own condition. If you want to get a specific answer, send your test report to: firstname.lastname@example.org, we will give you a clear reply.
How to avoid death without dialysis?
For patients, it is hopeful to live long as well as normal people. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is an innovative method that can treat renal failure from the root. It combines traditional Chinese medicine and western technology and equipment.
During the course, patients just need to lie on the bed, and two bags contained shattered medicine are placed on patients’ back. Then, with the help of osmosis device, the active ingredients can be penetrated into kidney lesions directly.
What’s more, by improving blood circulation, repairing damaged tissues and cells, providing abundant essential substances for rebuilding a normal renal structure, renal function can be improved from the root.
In this way, it is possible to prolong the life expectancy of patients with kidney failure. After the above analysis, if you still have questions, leave a message below.
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