End-stage renal failure is not an incurable disease due to the kidney transplant. End-stage renal failure patients have the chances for recovery after kidney transplant. Unfortunately, the insufficiency of donors makes kidney transplant unavailable. Dialysis is their choice.
In the different stages, according to the illness condition doctors will
advise different renal replacement therapies including peritoneal dialysis and
hemodialysis or kidney transplant. Generally, dialysis is not needed when
creatinine is lower than 400 mmo/l but patients need to follow a low protein
diet and receive medication treatment in order to delay the deterioration of
kidney function. When creatinine rises to 900 mmol/l, dialysis is necessary. At
this time, patients do not need to be in hurry to receive kidney transplant
because they have residual kidney function. When the kidneys completely fail to
work, consider kidney transplant.
Not Only Kidney Transplant Can Help Patients Get Rid of Dialysis. In the
condition where the donors are insufficient, people can choose dialysis or other
alternative treatment to prolong the life span and improve the life quality.
Immunotherapy is a new treatment for end-stage renal failure in China.
Based on the new theory that 95 percent kidney diseases are caused by the
immune disorder, immunotherapy is created, aiming to regulate and rebuild the
immune system by restoring the kidneys, removing the complex deposited in the
blood and kidneys with all kinds of techniques such as traditional Chinese
medicine, blood purification techniques, immunosuppressive drugs with low side
Immunotherapy is characterized by treating kidneys step by step. Firstly,
accurate diagnosis is a very important. Then, the harmful substances building up
in the blood or kidneys will be removed with blood purification and Chinese
herbs. After removing these toxic substances, medicines are used to rebuild the
immune system and improve the self-healing.
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