People with renal failure or ESRD have a great hope to take kidney transplant for they are all disappointed about their impaired kidneys. Can kidney transplant give them desired life expectancy? What's the lifespan for patients after kidney transplant?
Most patients are eager to know what the life expectancy of a kidney
transplant is. It is reported that some people have a very long life expectancy
after kidney transplant. For example, in bill Thompson (an American), the
transplanted kidney has been lived for 40 years. However, not everyone is so
lucky like him. A study shows that 1 year kidney transplant survival rate is
92%, 3 years survival rate is 81.6%, 5 years survival rate is 70% but 10 years
survival rate is only about 1%.
On one hand, people have to survive with the help of anti-rejection after the
kidney transplant. Accordingly their immunity will be reduced due to the use of
anti-rejection. Infection becomes the big enemy to their kidney. Frequent cold,
flu, respiratory tract infection, intestinal infection etc all can arouse the
infection in kidneys, resulting in kidney dysfunction, proteinuria, anima and
Patients may have no confidence for kidney disease treatment after reading
the content above. Should and must I choose kidney transplant? Fortunately, Immunotherapy can help people to prolong
patients’ life expectancy.
Immunotherapy for kidney disease treatment instead of kidney transplant
Immunotherapy can repair immune system and press down the active immune
reaction. It is known that most kidney disease is caused by active immune
reaction. So Immunotherapy can block the resources of further kidney tissues
damage. You can consult our experts to know whether you are suitable for