Diarrhea in End Stage Renal Failure
In kidney failure, there are many symptoms appear such as diarrhea caused by edema of intestinal mucosa. Because the toxic substances, metabolites, waste which can impair other organs such as excretory system can’t be eliminated out of human body.
In end stage renal failure, many patients have to accept dialysis which can replace kidneys to execute renal function to sustain their life. But many patients are looking for methods that can replace dialysis because they can’t bear the misery of its side effect. The most important thing is dialysis can’t cure root of disease, the rest of patients’ life have to rely on a dialysis machine and others’ help unless they have plan to do renal transplantation which also needs appropriate kidney source and sufficient funds.
Is there a method that can replace dialysis and improve life quality? The fundamental treatment should recover renal function. As we all know, Chinese medicines which are widely used in medical area work on root of disease, they are popular because Chinese medicines which cure disease in a natural and healthy way have no any irritation or side effects for human body. Many medical apply them into study and practice, they can get great achievement.
Shijiazhuang Kidney Diseases Hospital which is a professional hospital in treating kidney disease have researched kidney disease and Chinese medicines for many years. According to our concept, we formed our characteristic therapies.
Take an example. Traditional Chinese Medicine Foot Bath. It’s one of supporting therapies in our hospital, we try our best to confect various of Chinese herbal medicines. It’s not only wash feet, it can help patients to improve blood pressure and sleeping quality. It improves viscera especially renal function by effective irritation to corresponding acupoint on the foot.
Usually, a patient needs several therapies cooperation, if you are interested n our therapies, you can contact us by email: email@example.com .
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