What Is The Right Time for Dialysis for Kidney Failure Patients
What is the right time for dialysis for kidney failure patients? This question must be cared about by patients and their family members. When dialysis is recommended, many kidney failure patients begin to seek for alternatives to dialysis treatment.
What is the time for dialysis?
Well, in most countries, when creatinine level increases to 5.1mg/dl, local doctors will recommend dialysis treatment. However, we will tell patients that when to start dialysis cannot be decided by only creatinine levels. It should be decided by specific symptoms and lab tests. For kidney failure patients, if their potassium level is still normal, and they do not have obvious symptoms such as severe shortness of breath, swelling, severe nausea and vomiting, then we will say dialysis can be postponed. However, if patients have those obvious symptoms, urgent dialysis should be started though their creatinine levels are not that high.
What is the alternative to dialysis?
Nowadays, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and other Chinese therapies are commonly used in the clinic to help patients avoid dialysis. Due to the safety and efficiency, they are regarded as the best alternative to dialysis and become more and more popular among kidney failure patients around the world. They help patients avoid dialysis through a series of special functions like extending blood vessels, improving blood circulation, removing immune complexes out of body, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, degradation, promoting DNA replication of damaged kidney inherent cells and offering kidneys nutrients. These functions can help gradually repair kidney damage and recover renal function. It is easy for us to understand making kidneys work again is the only way to avoid dialysis. Any questions about kidney dialysis? Welcome to choose the way you prefer to contact us, glad to help.
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