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How Do You Think The Symptomatic Treatment In Treatment Of Nephritis

2018-09-03 11:53

Clinically, we often hear the word ” symptomatic treatment” for the treatment of various diseases, but in some fields of disease treatment, a single symptomatic treatment is far from enough. In recent years, the high incidence of kidney disease has caused the medical community to pay enough attention to the treatment of kidney disease. Why is the traditional single symptomatic treatment of kidney disease not satisfactory?

Nephrosis – advantages and disadvantages of symptomatic treatment

Why is it that such active treatment avoids the treatment of kidney disease by western medicine and chooses traditional Chinese medicine to suit the remedy to the case, which is still not satisfactory? In this regard, experts said that while symptomatic treatment of nephrosis can relieve symptoms and make initial progress, there are significant differences between different patients due to the fact that the type of nephrosis is not single. Chinese and western medicine together can achieve symptomatic treatment to relieve the disease, but they often neglect to coordinate the functions of zang-fu organs and substantially delay the progress of renal damage in the treatment of kidney disease.

Traditional Chinese medicine therapy is considered non – toxic. How is it in the field of nephrotic treatment?

Nowadays, in some developed countries, traditional Chinese medicine has gradually been mentioned as the first to treat diseases with natural therapy. And a large number of clinical data confirm that: In the treatment of nephrosis, the international medical community has also admitted that the progress of renal damage can be delayed or prevented through the treatment of ” DA-C traditional Chinese and western medicine dual conduction treatment system”. In addition, according to the new scientific research, the traditional Chinese medicine dialectical thinking is compatible with the Tibetan medicine’s highly active drug effect, which can greatly enhance kidney disease.

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