Is it possible that kidney recover without Dialysis or Transplant if kidney fail? Kidney is always act a very important role inside of human body. There are four big functions of kidney: excretion, generate, maintain, secretion.
The Four Big Functions of Kidney
Excretion: kidney is the main organ to discharge the protein and amino acid metabolites which can not be used any more.
Generate: produce various bioactive substances, mainly has the urea, highly active vitamin D and erythrocyte enzymes and other substances.
Maintain: keep physical and chemical factors relatively stable in the body. During kidney discharge plasma metabolic end products, it is able to put all of protein, amino acids, glucose in the blood plasma and most of water and electrolytes at the same time.
Secretion: produce and secrete hemopoietin.
All those functions make the kidney and human body health. That is why patients want to make kidney recover and improve kidney function.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy use the Traditional Chinese Medicine as the foundation to achieve the goal of promoting the blood circulation and blood stasis. This is a traditional way to adjust human body inside and improve kidney function to make kidney recover. Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital has treated thousands of patients with kidney disease and helped them recover much better than before by Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy.
We hope there will be some helpful for you. If you are the patients with Kidney Failure and want to know more information about Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, you can contact with ONLINE DOCTOR or send emails to firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can contact us with viber/whatsapp +86 13503211882. We will keep your privacy and try our best to help you.
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