How long does dialysis takes?
Dialysis is usually permanent, but not always. There are two types of Kidney Failure: Acute Kidney Failure and Chronic Kidney Failure. Some kinds of Acute Kidney Failure get better after treatment. In some cases of Acute Kidney Failure, dialysis may only be needed for a short time until the kidneys get better.
In Chronic Kidney Failure or End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD), your kidney disease cannot be cured and kidneys cannot get better. You will need dialysis for the rest of your life unless you can receive a kidney transplant.
What is the lifespan of patients on dialysis?
Kidney Failure patient’s lifespan can vary, depending on the medical conditions and how well he or she follow the treatment plan. Average lifespan on dialysis is 5-10 years. Some patients may live for 20 or even 30 years. You can consult our doctor online to maintain a healthy life habit.
How to prolong lifespan of patients on dialysis?
During dialysis, the kidneys are abandoned. Therefore, remaining kidney function loses more and more.
I recommend you to take traditional Chinese medicines that can improve kidney function so patients can reduce dialysis.
They are used to purify the blood and repair renal tissues so that remaining kidney function can be protected and enhanced.
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