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May I Stop Dialysis When My Creatinine Level Reduce

Provided by Expert Yang Hongtao on : 2015-05-19 17:44

May I Stop Dialysis When Patients’ Creatinine Level Reduce

Creatinine is an important index that helps people judge whether their kidney is working very well. Most often, it reveals more than half of kidney function has lost when the creatinine level is higher than the normal. our ONLINE DOCTOR may help you. 

Dialysis is an artificial kidney and it is able to replace part of kidney filtration function to remove the wastes including creatinine, water, blood urea nitrogen and urea acid from the body. Without much creatinine building in the blood, the creatinine level will drop naturally. In this point, we must affirm the obvious and quick effect of lowering high creatinine level.

Is there a treatment to help these patients improve their life quality without dialysis? Immunotherapy has helped solved this question. It can not only purify patients’ blood, just as dialysis does, but also repair the damaged kidney functioning units. When part of kidney function works again, these patients may stop dialysis completely. However, Immunotherapy, compared with dialysis, needs a little longer time to play its role, so you can first learn more about it through “Immunotherapy Helps Treat Refractory Lupus Nephritis”.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is our effective treatment for kidney disease patients. It is different from the oral medicines, in order to avoid the damage to gastrointestinal tract and enhance the efficiency of Chinese herbal medicines.

Please do not worry about too much. if you have any question, please email to kidney-healthy@hotmail.com or leave message for us.

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