How Long Can Patients with ESRD Live
For ESRD patients, they must concern about how long they can live. Actually, there is no accurate answer for this question. The life expectancy has close connection with the treatments.
If left untreated, a large quantity of toxins will build up in the body. Gradually, they will cause further damage to kidneys and impair other tissues. As a result, some symptoms will occur, such as anemia, itchy skin and so on.
In most cases, dialysis or a kidney transplant will be suggested to treat this disorder. As a substitutive therapy, dialysis can help remove toxins in the body to some degree. However, it can do nothing to kidney function. In addition, the frequency of undergoing dialysis is relatively high and there can be some complications.
Kidney transplant is another choice for those patients. But honestly speaking, it is difficult to find a proper kidney and their illness condition may be aggravated during their waiting for a kidney donor. Then are there some effective treatments for this disorder?
After the above analysis, we can get such a conclusion: The treatment goal should be aimed at removing the toxins and restoring kidney function. At our Peking Tung Shin Tang Chinese Medical Hospital, we provide Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy.
This therapy is based on traditional Chinese medicine, and it has been proven good curative effects in relieving symptoms and repairing kidney function. Therefore, patients with ESRD can live longer.
What’ s more, it is convenient and comfortable. As the herbs are come from nature, they will not cause side effects to the human body. If you are interested in this therapy, you can email us:firstname.lastname@example.org. After careful study, our experts will provide you an individualized treatment plan.
If you happen to be a person with ESRD, we hope the above contents can be helpful to you. Except for effective treatments, diet and healthy lifestyle are also of great importance. Any doubts about this topic, you can leave us message below or consult with our online doctor directly.
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