Should Nephrotic Syndrome patients with High Creatinine do Dialysis? This problem may be concerned by many patients. In general, if patients simply have high creatinine level, Nephrotic Syndrome patients should not take dialysis.
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As for dialysis, it really can remit the symptoms of Nephrotic Syndrome like Proteinuria, Edema, but it can not treat kidney disease from the root. It can neither repair the damaged tissues and cells of kidneys nor improve renal function.
If some patients already take dialysis, they do not need to worry. Huaxia Kidney Disease Research Institute is a specialized kidney disease hospital which has 30 years of clinical experience mainly adopting Traditional Chinese Medicine treatments. We have formed a series of systematic therapies—collectively called Toxin-Removing Treatment.
This therapy contains Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Foot Bath Therapy, medicated bath, etc. They can remove the extra toxins and wastes deposition in the body and increase the medication efficiency to help repair the damaged kidney intrinsic cells and tissues and improve renal function. In this case, high creatinine level will be lowered naturally.
If patients start dialysis in the short term and have no other side effects, they have great chance to get rid of dialysis with improved renal function. If patients on dialysis for a long term, they also can prolong the dialysis interval that is reduce dialysis frequency.
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