My mother has 3.2 serum creatinine and high blood urea, high uric acid, protein ++ in urine and with high blood pressure. We just got the cysts and she has been put on low sodium and protein diet. This is a patient case that comes from her daughter. Now I want to know about interventional treatment further in treating kidney diseases. They will give hands for you through your medical history and reports in Weekly Experts Consultation.
The above is a question from a patient’s daughter, the following are the answers from our experts.
First, a fit diet plan is necessary, which should be low in sodium, low protein and low fat. But only diet can not help your father. If your local doctor can not give him a better treatment, you can consider our treatment. If you have any question please ask our ONLINE DOCTOR for free..
For her present condition, our general treatment method is: clear his internal toxins, repair her damaged renal tissues and nephrons, block her renal fibrosis progressing and glomerulosclerosis, protect her remaining kidney function from further damage, adjust her poor internal environment. This is the only right way to save her father's kidneys.
Interventional treatment in kidney disease is that catheter were leaded in image documentation equipment, entering into kidney blood vessel and then through Micro catheter inject to therapeutic for kidney focus, or with micro placing catheter implantation, repairing congenital malformation, improving renal nerve disease. It is good for PKD patients from the root.
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