Can Stage 3 CKD Patients Get Rid of Renal Failure
Nowadays, more and more stage 3 CKD(chronic kidney disease) patients have to face renal failure, so, can they get rid of renal failure?
Stage 3 CKD is a typical disease, in this stage, the GFR(glomeruli filtrate rate) is between 30-59 ml/min, and creatinine level is between 2.1-5.0 mg/dl. To be frank, the renal damage is very serious. Once kidneys are injured, some symptoms and complications will appear, such as, edema, proteinuria, bubble in urine, fatigue, headache, back pain and so on.
If no effective treatment is applied, the above symptoms will aggravate and kidney function will decline continually, patients have to bear kidney failure eventually. We all know renal failure can threaten patients’ life. So, how to get rid of kidney failure?
Immunotherapy is an unique way in Huaxia Kidney Disease Hospital. The main purpose of the therapy is to clear immune complex and rebuild inherent immune system, eventually, achieve the goal of improving renal function. Once kidney function is enhanced, patients can get rid of renal failure.
During the course, there are six steps: immune diagnosis, immune blocking, immune tolerance, immune clearance, immune adjustment and immune protection. By now, many foreigners are coming to China for the method due to the enormous clinical effects. Any doubts? Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Except for an effective treatment, daily nurse is also crucial. Stage 3 CKD patients should limit the intake of salt, get away from rich salt foods, such as, processes or can foods, pickles, seafoods, etc. In addition, they should keep a diet of low-protein and low-fat in order to decrease the burden of failed kidneys. Besides, they should also keep enough sleep and rest, avoid strenuous activities.
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