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Treatment for Kidney Failure with Swelling And Reduced Urine Volume

Provided by Expert Yang Hongtao on : 2014-05-29 16:28

Kidney failure is a disorder, in which the kidneys fail to function fully. Swelling and reduced urine volume are two signs of serious kidney impairment.

Swelling and reduced urine volume in kidney failure

Healthy kidneys can filter out waste products and extra fluid in the form of urine. For a healthy person, the daily urine output is 1000-1500ml. However, if the kidneys are impaired severely, the kidneys become unable to remove all fluid from body in the form of urine. As a result, extra fluid will build up in body, leading to swelling. At the same time, urine volume will also decline.

In addition, as urine volume declines, the waste products will also remain in body. The patients will experience a myriad of discomforts like nausea and vomiting, itching etc. In serious case, fluid will build up in internal organs. The patients will experience shortness of breath.

Treatment for kidney failure with swelling and reduced urine volume

Diuretic drugs are routinely used to increase the urine volume. It can relieve swelling to some extent. However, as the renal function cannot be improved, dialysis will be the final option.

To treat kidney failure with swelling and reduced urine volume, the best treatment is to restore the impaired kidney structure and enhance renal function.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy along with a series of other western and Chinese treatments can help attain the above treatment goals.

These therapies not only can relieve symptoms, but also can stimulate the self-healing system of the body. If the impaired kidney structure is repaired, renal function will be improved remarkably. In this way, the patients will avoid the onset of dialysis.


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