The Life Expectancy for Kidney Failure Patients on Dialysis
What is the life expectancy for kidney failure patients who have already been on dialysis treatment? As a specialized kidney disease hospital, we really hope could help every kidney disease patient live a better life.
It is a fact that dialysis can help patients eliminate some certain wastes and toxins to relieve symptoms and then improve the quality of life. Some materials show that the average life expectancy for dialysis patients is about 4.25 years, and only 10% of dialysis patients can live for 10 years. However, there is no an exact answer to the life expectancy for dialysis patients, that is because it can be affected by many factors, such as patients’ age, are there any other illness conditions? Are patients experiencing some obvious symptoms or complications? What are their primary diseases, and so on. How about your condition? You are welcomed to email to firstname.lastname@example.org to tell us more about your condition, our doctor will reply you with some medical advises.
We are here helping improve life expectancy for dialysis patients through saving patients’ own kidneys. We use Chinese therapies including oral Chinese herbal medicines, foot bath, medicated bath, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, etc to play functions of anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, degradation, expanding blood vessels, improving blood circulation, removing immune complexes out of body, offering kidneys nutrients and promoting DNA replication of damaged kidney inherent cells to gradually repair kidney damage and recover renal function.
So, we help improve life expectancy for kidney failure patients on dialysis by recovering renal function. However, with the urine volume becoming less and less, the treatment effect of Chinese therapies will become less obvious. If you are interested in how Chinese therapies work in treating kidney disease, choose the way you prefer to contact us, we will be glad to help you more.
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