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Hypertensive Nephropathy with GFR 27 What Can We Do to Avoid Dialysis

2018-01-21 16:34

Hypertensive Nephropathy with GFR 27 What Can We Do to Avoid DialysisHypertensive nephropathy is one of the common kidney problem, that is caused by uncontrolled high blood pressure. Thereby, what can we do to avoid dialysis with hypertensive nephropathy and GFR 27%?

Is dialysis urgently needed when hypertensive nephropathy patients have GFR 27%?

Of course not. Generally speaking, most the patients lost the possibilities to cure the kidney disease in the early stage, and once dialysis is suggested, they are eager to gain an available method to cure themselves. However, when the GFR is only 27%, in which case most of the kidneys are damaged, what the patients can do is only maintain the serum creatinine level is a low range and increase GFR 27 to some degree with valid treatments, but they can not be completely cured at all, even they option kidney transplantation.

How to deal with GFR 27% and hypertensive nephropathy patients and thus we can avoid dialysis successfully?

In Beijing Tongshantang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the renal specialists urge a comprehensive Chinese herbal treatment to stop the kidney damage and recover certain renal function as so to increase GFR 27% and reject dialysis fundamentally.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy takes effects on the renal lesion directly through the treatment machine and two external medical bags to quicken blood circulation and remove inflammations primarily. By this way, the renal anemia and renal anoxia will be alleviated and renal function will be reinforced safely.

Immunotherapy is aimed at correct the immunity so that the excessive and harmful immune products can be taken away and inflammations can be dispelled. Subsequently, GFR is risen and the patients will lead a better life.

Besides, Moxibustion, Foot Bath, Steaming Therapy and other options can also help repair diseased and clear up blood for reviving renal detoxification.

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