Treatment for Kidney Failure Patients on Dialysis Twice a Week
As a specialized kidney disease hospital, we hope could help every kidney disease patient treat his condition properly, and this is the meaning of our being here. Here we will talk about the treatment for kidney failure patients on dialysis twice a week, hoping the following content can help you.
In most countries, dialysis is commonly used to help kidney failure patients eliminate some toxins and wastes to relieve some symptoms. However, due to various of reasons, more and more patients want to stop dialysis treatment. If you are one of them, then we are glad to help.
We do believe that you can understand the only way to reduce dialysis times and even stop it is to make kidneys work again. There are no western medicines can help achieve this, while we are here using Chinese therapies including oral Chinese herbal medicine, foot bath, medicated bath, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, acupuncture, etc to help repair kidney damage and gradually recover renal function through a series of special functions like anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, degradation, extending blood vessels, improving blood circulation, removing blood stasis and immune complexes out of body, offering kidneys nutrients and promoting DNA replication of damaged kidney inherent cells. All of these Chinese therapies are based on Chinese herbal medicine, so patients do not need to worry about the side effects. What is more, after one month of treatment, the increase in GFR level will be shown on the test reports.
With the recovery of renal function, there is no doubt that dialysis twice a week will become dialysis one time a week, and if the GFR level can be increased to about 25, then dialysis can even be stopped.
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