Why patients with Kidney Failure that Restore Kidney Function without Dialysis is necessary? Dialysis as a most common and useful method for Kidney Failure, it can help to eliminate some part of toxins and wastes in blood. However it can not help to repair kidney damage or restore kidney function.
We have mention it in the above, dialysis has no use for patients to repair kidney damage and restore kidney function. Furthermore, with the treatment of dialysis that the urine volume will become more and more less, which means more and more less blood through kidney and the kidney have more and more kidney function to work. It will damage kidney function in some degree which will increase the serious condition of kidney failure. So that patients with kidney failure need to avoid dialysis to improve kidney function.
As a matter of fact, as long as the kidney has power to eliminate or discharge toxins and wastes by itself that dialysis can be avoided naturally. While make the kidney work again need to repair the kidney damage and supplement the blood flowing in kidney to support nutrition to kidney tissues.
What treatments are able to repair the kidney damage and supplement blood?
Repair kidney damage and supplement blood for kidney are the same thing for patients with kidney failure. Only when kidneys have enough blood that the damage will have chance to repair by itself.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and Stem Cell Therapy are two effective treatment for kidney failure to supplement blood and repair kidney damage by working on blood vessels. Thus will improve the kidney function successfully.
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