What To Do for Someone Who Cannot Take Dialysis

2017-09-28 18:43

What To Do for Someone Who Cannot Take DialysisMy dad is on 4th stage kidney failure and can not undergo dialysis. How can you help me?

Dialysis is one common way for kidney failure, but it is not the only option. Some patients are not suitable for dialysis and also some patients do not want to take dialysis. Please do not worry. There are a series of Chinese medicine treatments in our hospital including Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Medicated Foot Bath, Mai Kang Mixture, Moxibustion Therapy, Steaming Therapy, Enema Therapy and Acupuncture, etc. According to your specific illness condition, we will give you proper treatments. Generally several treatments are combined together to treat kidney disease.

How does your treatment work for kidney failure?

First, Chinese medicine treatments purify your blood.

We all know the important function of kidney is to discharge excess wastes from your body. However, when kidneys are damaged, wastes will build up in your body, which can reduce the effect of medicines you take and also cause further kidney damage. Chinese medicines can remove toxins and wastes from your blood and kidney cells via urine, bowel movement and sweat glands. This can give you a clean blood environment.

Second, Chinese medicine treatments repair injured kidney tissues and improve renal function.

In a clean blood environment, our Chinese medicine treatments can dilate blood vessels, improve blood circulation, prevent inflammation and coagulation, provide nutrients, remove blood stasis and degrade extracellular matrix. These functions can gradually improve renal function. When your renal function is improved, dialysis can be eliminated.

Dialysis can be replaced by our Chinese medicine treatments. But patients need to come to China for treatment. If you have any question, you can leave a message below or consult our online doctor directly.

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