Anemia in Kidney Disease and Dialysis Anemia is common in people with kidney disease. Anemia of CKD is one of the first signs of kidney dysfunction, yet it often goes undetected because of its insidious onset.
The NKF defines anemia in CKD as an Hb level <13.5 g/dl in men and 12.0
g/dl in women (13). This definition is based on the fact that these levels are
outside the 95% CIs of the mean for normal men and women.
Anemia in chronic disease and renal failure patients may result from one or
more mechanisms, but one of the major pathogenetic factors is inadequate
production of erythropoietin from the diseased kidneys,causing an
inappropriately low level of red cell production.
Treatment of Anemia of Chronic kidney disease
Patient with Chronic Kidney Failure is just like a withered tree. If people
supply enough water and nutrition to the tree root the leaves and branches will
turn green gradually. The best way to treat Chronic Kidney Failure is to treat
the cause of disease. According to the above factors people can understand that
treating Kidney failure is the key to treat anemia. Then how to treat Chronic
As for the treatment of anemia in chronic kidney disease, there are mainly
two different methods. Patients with chronic kidney disease can on one hand
receive erythropoietin injection through vein. However, this process should be
maintained for a long time, which can adjust anemia in a rapid speed. It is
especially suitable for those who have been suffering from serious anemia. But
in the blood injection process, chronic kidney disease patients are more likely
to get infection. In addition, they may also have some reaction due to the blood
Now here a piece of good news for people who get Chronic Kidney Disease, that
is our special therapy, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. Anemia in Patients
with Chronic Kidney Disease Not on Dialysis, because Micro-Chinese Medicine
Osmotherapy can repair the damaged intrinsic cells, and supply enough nutritious
materials to kidney, improving the insufficiency of blood and oxygen. After
that, erythropoietin can be produced normally.