When can Kidney Failure patients stop undergoing dialysis? This is a frequent asked question. Now, I would like to share with you some information about kidney dialysis.
Can I stop dialysis when my condition gets better?
Without dialysis, Kidney Failure patients may die within a few weeks. Most of the Kidney Failure patients cannot stop dialysis unless they get a kidney transplant or if the problem that caused the kidneys to stop working can be treated.
Some people whose illness get better and wants to stop dialysis, but they are likely to find that the creatinine level elevates again. That’s because dialysis is just a kidney replacement treatment. That is to say, dialysis cannot repair damaged renal tissues and improve kidney function.
Therefore, the best treatment for Kidney Failure patients should be protecting the remaining kidney function.
Treatment that can help you to avoid dialysis
As long as you still have kidney function left, we can help you reduce the frequency of dialysis or even avoid dialysis. Here are several treatments in our hospital—Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital.
This therapy is an external application based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). All the herbs we choose are beneficial either for blood vessels dilation or anti-inflammation, which is to improve blood circulation. As a consequence, enough oxygen and clear blood can be supplied to the kidneys so that they can repair themselves. As long as the kidney function is protected, excessive wastes and toxins can be discharged naturally.
Stem cells are called “universal cells” since they can transform into another type of cell with a more specialized function. By injecting stem cells into Kidney Failure patient’s body, they can create new renal tissues. This can also help the patients restore kidney function so as to prolong their lives.
As long as your kidneys function recover to more than 15%, or severe complications are controlled, you can reduce the frequency of dialysis.
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