Is it possible for patients with CKD to have reverse by Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy? As a matter of fact, patients in the early stage of CKD still have chance to reverse. But so many patients have no correct treatments for it will hold up the best opportunity for CKD treatment. So how to choose correct treatment for it has became into a big hard problem.
To be honest, if patients want to treat for CKD that find out the real reason of illness is really necessary. Treat it form root is best and most effective way.
The mainly reason for CKD is kidney damage, according to different damage degree of kidney can divide CKD into different stages. Last stage means the most serious condition, it is due to that kidney damage can not controlled well then develop into severe period. So if patients want to have a reverse for their condition that repair the damaged kidney and improve the kidney function is the key.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy has the functions of anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, degradation and dilation of blood vessels. Those functions are aim at opening vascular barrier, thus will make the kidney have enough blood flow through kidney. That will improve the situation of ischemia and hypoxia for kidney cells. Once kidney cells have vitality again, the kidney will recover some part of function.
This treatment is not suitable for all kinds of condition, because it need blood to make the effective part of Chinese medicine into kidney lesion to eliminate causative agents. So that for patients who have no kidney function now means no blood through kidney, they are not suitable for it.
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