How much it cost to treat a Kidney Failure? Well, no one can give you an exact answer since it varies from person to person. I would like to give you a general introduction about treatments for Kidney Failure and how much you need to pay for them. Any questions, you can email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below.
Dialysis does some work of the kidneys to filter wastes and toxins in the blood. There are two dialysis options: hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis. This method cannot cure Kidney Failure. In most cases, dialysis is permanent for patients unless a kidney transplant is available for patients.
The cost of dialysis may be a significant pressure on many families, especially patients do not have medical insurance. In addition, while helpful, dialysis is sometimes painful and long process.
Below is a list of average costs for transplants and first-year expenses. The actual costs may be higher or lower than the figures listed here:
Bone Marrow (autologous): $360,000
Bone Marrow (allogeneic): $800,000
Heart: $1 million
Intestine: $1.2 million
Double Lung: $800,000
Heart/Lung: $1.2 million
Kidney/Heart: $1.3 million
Liver/Kidney: $1 million
● Traditional Chinese Herbs
In our hospital, we mainly use traditional Chinese medicine to purify the blood to detox the body. Then, kidneys can get enough blood volume and oxygen to repair the damaged renal tissues. Compared with dialysis and kidney transplant, our natural medicines can treat kidney disease by improving kidney function. The general cost depends on what medicines you need and how long you stay in our hospital.
If you are interested in our natural medicines, please contact our doctor online directly. This consultation is free of charge.