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How to Treat Renal Failure

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  • Posted By: pkdcn2897
  • December 1, 2011
  • 03:07 AM

When the GFR is lower than 6-10ml/min, serum creatinine higher than 707umol/l and patients have serious symptoms of Renal Failure such as nausea, vomiting, skin itch etc. we should first deal with the complications, protect the remaining renal function and try our best to protect the remaining nephrons, activate the self renewal of damaged kidney cells and promote metabolism. When the GFR is lower than 6-10ml/min, we should lower the toxins deposited in the body so as to prevent the complications. Keep the serum creatinine at a low level and then use medicine to recover renal function. When the serum creatinine is at the low level, the load of the kidneys will decrease and the pressure will be lowered. At this time, if we use Chinese medicine to recover the renal function, we will achieve twice the result with half effort. If the serum creatinine is too high, there will be complications of many other organs.

How to treat Renal Failure? As we said above, use Chinese medicine to protect remaining renal function while controlling the complications.

Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital use Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy to treat kidney disease and has achieved significant effect. The Chinese herbal medicine are micronized into ten thousandths of its original molecules by ultrasonic cavitation technique. With the action of the microwave on the back, the medicine can arrive directly in the renal lesions through the skin and channels. Oral medicine will be used combined with the external application. It will regulate the immune function and activate the strong ability of self renewal of the body. At the same time, it will promote the metabolism of the body, remove the blood stasis and immune complex and waste in the body thus improving the pathological changes of the kidneys fundamentally. By protecting cell membrane and removing oxygen radical, it will protect the remaining nephrons and stable the renal function.

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