My sister's Creatinine is 11, how long will she last without Dialysis? This is a concern problem of kidney disease patients. Dialysis is a method to maintain life, but it is not chosen by all patients.
Frankly speaking, it is not easy to answer this problem due to various factors. The patient’s age, gender, physical condition, complications, lifestyle and others is different from person to person. Except for dialysis, there are other natural therapies to maintain the patient’s life and make them enjoy better life.
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Toxin-Removing Treatment, the characteristic therapy in Huaxia Kidney Disease Research Institute, is a good choice for patients with high creatinine level and other wastes in blood. It is invented on the basis of Traditional Chinese Medicine, including a series of natural Chinese medicine treatments, such as Medicated Bath Therapy, Foot Bath Therapy, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Moxibustion Therapy, and Acupuncture Therapy and so on.
The Chinese medicines can expel the toxins and wastes from the body. In this way, it can provide a clean internal environment to repair the damaged kidney tissues and gradually improve renal function. After blood purification, Chinese medicines also can dilate blood vessels, improve blood circulation, prevent inflammation and coagulation, degrade extracullar matrix and provide enough nutrients to stimulate kidney self-healing ability and improve renal function. In this way, you can live a longer life without dialysis.
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