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When Dialysis Is Needed For Nephrotic Syndrome Patients

Generally speaking, when the creatinine level reach 400-600umol/L and the renal function declines under 10%, dialysis for Nephrotic Syndrome patients is necessary. But there are always some special conditions, for example, the symptoms of patients are very serious but their creatinine level is no more than 400umol/L, they also need to do dialysis. So, there is no direct relationship between creatinine level and dialysis.

If you don’t clear whether your illness condition is needed to do dialysis or not, you can consult our online doctor freely, they will give you a reasonable answer according to your illness condition.

In general, dialysis for nephrotic syndrome patients is the common treatment, which can remove the toxin and waste from the body one-time. However, there are many disadvantages. It has a lot of serious complications and can’t treat the disease from the root. If long-time dialysis, the kidney will lose its function completely. Besides, during the dialysis, the patients need to endure geat pain.

In order to let the patients receive better treatment to reduce their pain, our experts studied out a effective and unpainful Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It is one of natural treatments, which is based on Chinese herbal medicine and used externally. It just need the patients lie on the bed, where has two bags filled with herbal medicine, which are used to put on the area of kidneys. With the help of osmosis device, the active ingredients of the herbal medicines can directly get to kidney to repair the damaged kidney and improve the kidney function through expanding blood vessel, anti-inflammatory, anti-coagulation and degrading the fibrosis and so on. The advantage of the therapy is that it can not only eliminate the side effects of oral medicine, but also get the effect of treating the disease from the root. In addition, through years of clinical applications, it is proved to be effective and convenient.

In a word, whatever your illness condition is, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a good choice for you. If you treat with it as soon as possible, it can help avoiding dialysis for the Nephrotic Syndrome patients even kidney transplant effectively.

Hope the above information is helpful for you. If you have any other questions on kidney disease or want to get more personalized and professional treatment suggestions, please leave a message below.







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