The daily urine output is an indicator of a person's current state of health. Excessive or decreased urine output can be a sign of an underlying condition. The normal output of urine for a healthy adult is 2 liters per day. A decrease of urine output is less than 500 milliliters in a 24-hour period. Kidney Failure often results in decreased urine output.
What causes decreased urine output in Kidney Failure patients?
Normally, the kidneys function to excrete metabolic waste material through
urine. Nephrons, which house the capillary network known as glomeruli, are the
functional units of the kidneys.
In chronic kidney disease, the damaged glomeruli cannot work normally. The
malfunctioning of the kidney leads to the improper absorption of water and waste
from the blood. Consequently, patients will experience a decrease in urine
As the decline of the kidney function, patients may eventually suffer from
anuria (<100mL/day). Therefore, it is necessary to take prompt treatment.
How to restore good urine output in people with Kidney Failure?
1. Diuretics, also known as "water tablets", can increase urine excretion
through inhibit electrolyte reabsorption from the lumen of the nephrons,
increasing osmolarity and enhancing water excretion.
2. Repair the damaged kidneys and restore the renal function. In this way,
the excretion function of the kidneys can recover and the urine output gets
At present, Immunotherapy is considered as the most effective and promising
This is a holistic treatment which involves a series of advanced treatments,
such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and Immunotherapy.
Micro-Chinese Medicine is a kind of Chinese herbal treatment which can block
further decline of kidney function and provide a favorable environment for
Immunotherapy is the most-advanced treatment for kidney regeneration. With
this treatment, we can protect the residual renal function units and restore the
damaged kidney function. Over time, the kidney structure will be rebuilt.