Kidney Disease Hospital Helps Stop Dialysis for Kidney Failure Patients

stop dialysis, kidney failureOnce dialysis begins, can patients still have the chance to stop it? As a specialized kidney disease hospital, we will tell you the answer is Yes. Then, how we help achieve stopping dialysis?

In general, kidney failure patients have to do dialysis treatment because of the appearance of complications like heart failure and acidosis. However, in most countries, once dialysis begins, patients will continue to do that. They do not know that they may have the chance to stop dialysis.

With dialysis treatment, patients’ urine volume becomes less and less, also the possibility to stop dialysis becomes smaller and smaller. As a matter of fact, for dialysis patients, after the complications disappear, their illness conditions should be evaluated to see whether they have the chance to stop dialysis treatment.

For example, if patients still can produce some certain amount of urine, renal atrophy is not that obviously and their anemia has already been relieved, then they still have the chance to stop dialysis. If patients can still produce urine, it means their kidney inherent cells have not been bad totally. Then we will use the proper treatment options to help save those cells to recover renal function, so patients who have not already been on dialysis should not lose the chance.

Firstly, we will check what causes the damaged kidney cells. It is inflammation or obstruction or ischemia? Then the corresponding treatment options will be used to help repair kidney damage and recover renal function.

So, if you want to stop dialysis treatment, your condition needs evaluating again. Are you interested in our hospital? If having any questions, feel free to choose the way you prefer to contact us, we are glad to help you more. Email:; WhatsApp/Viber:+8615833993533


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