Protein in Urine is Reduced in Shijiazhuang Kidney Hospital2017-04-06 14:28
A Oman patients arrived at Shijiazhuang Kidney Hospital in China. Before he went to China, he took dialysis twice a week. Due to the less and less urine volumes, he decided to accept another natural treatments in Shijiazhuang Kidney Hospital.
He has hypertension for ten years. Five years ago, he was ill with swelling, headache and vomiting, then he was diagnosed as hypertensive nephropathy in his home town. Due to the serious discomforts, he had to be on dialysis for one years. But he still has lots of protein in urine. What can I do to help him?
According to his illness conditions, the renal specialist of Shijiazhuang Kidney Hospital applies Mai Kang Mixture, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath and others to help the patients recover the renal function. Later, the protein in urine is remitted, and other symptoms are alleviated.
How does these remedies treat the patient?
Mai Kang Mixture. It is used to improve the immunity of the patients. It is beneficial for the patients to recover.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. The treatment makes use of herbs which is selected up based on the patients’ illness conditions to repair the cells and tissues of the kidney. It is a better way to help patients as it can treat the hypertensive nephropathy patients from the root with less adverse reactions.
Medicated Bath. It is able to carry out the harmful things from body by bathing the feet with the Chinese medicines. It is a safer, handier and effective therapy.
When the kidney is regained, the protein in urine will disappear, and the patients will live a normal life.
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