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How can Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Patient Avoid Dialysis

When Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) progress to Renal Failure, patients are usually recommended to start dialysis. So, if the progression of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is stopped, Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) patients don't have to undergo dialysis. Then how to stop such progression. Here are some tips. They may be helpful to you. Read on to know more information.
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In some countries, once patients develop Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), the doctor will give some medicine to ease the symptoms and won’t do anything to treat the damaged kidneys. To tell the true, the only result of such “treatment” is dialysis. And several years of dialysis will eventually lead to kidney transplantation. To avoid this tragedy happening, here Immunotherapy and Micro-Chinese Osmotherapy are recommended. Both of them focus on treating the damaged kidneys and thereby recovering renal functions, rather than merely filtrating metabolic wastes and excess water in the blood as dialysis does.
Immunotherapy have the ability of differentiating into renal intrinsic cells so that those failed ones can be replaced by new cells; and Immunotherapys can produce more by self renewing. What’s more, they are able to stimulate growth factors to repair the damaged renal cells. Therefore, Immunotherapy treats kidney disease by solving the pathological problem.
Micro-Chinese Medicine serves as a guide and a cleaner of Immunotherapys. It responds to guide Immunotherapys to reach renal lesions, as well as cleaning the inside circumstances for Immunotherapys to take effect.
In this way, combination of Immunotherapy and Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy could effectively treat Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD).
Control your high blood pressure
The majority of patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) have high blood pressure. Some develop kidney disease first and then have high blood pressure, while others have high blood pressure first and then kidney disease causes high blood pressure. Whatever, high blood pressure is a major factor leading to aggravation of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). Therefore, in order to avoid deterioration of CKD, namely avoid dialysis, control of high blood pressure plays an important role. Then, to what degree should patients control their blood pressure? On the condition that urine protein is more than 1gram/day, blood pressure should be less than 125/75mmHg. If urine protein is less than 1gram/day, then blood pressure can be keep at less than 130/80mmHg.
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In some cases, Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is caused by diabetes. For such group of patients, it is a must to control glucose in the blood. The ideal value includes: Fasting Plasma Glucose <6.1mmol/L (110mg/dl); 2h Plasma Glucose <8.0mmol/L (144mg/dl). Well controlling glucose in the blood not only can help patients to avoid dialysis, but also can prevent various complications of diabetes.FSGS, GFR 8, Creatinine 548: Can I Avoid Dialysis or Kidney Transplant
Follow Low-protein Diet
Most of the patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) have urine protein. Loss of protein can cause many problems, such as malnutrition, hypoproteinemia, abnormal bone metabolic and so on. In such case, patients need to supply protein. However, that protein leaks from the kidneys can further damage the kidneys. Hence, supplement of protein should be moderate. Usually, 1.2 to 1.5gram/kilogram body weight is recommended. Besides, such protein should be high-quality protein. Food like egg, fish, skimmed milk and lean meat are rich in high-quality protein. Protein in beans is not recommended.Can Kidney Failure Patient Avoid Dialysis
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A cold, overstrain, pregnancy and some medicines can burden the kidneys, resulting in aggravation of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD).
In conclusion, to avoid dialysis, patients with Chronic Kidney Disease should do as what mentioned above, including low-protein diet, control of high blood pressure and blood glucose and proper treatment.

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