In western countries, hormone and surgeries are usually adopted to treat the disease of polycystic kidney disease (PKD). PKD is a type of hereditary disease featured by excrescent cysts of different size cramming in the kidney. These cysts will gradually swell up with the growth of the body and press renal tissues. By this, renal structure will be damaged, with nephrones that produce urine becoming less and less, until it develop to Uremia-a term describing the situation that there is not enough nephrones for the basic physiological function of the body. From this, we can get the conclusion that the key of treating PKD is, under the premise of protecting kidney function, to shrink these cysts, and subsequently decrease the pressure to renal tissues.
Surgical operation has long been adopted for the treatment of PKD. But this
method can only remove big cysts and. At the same time, the operation makes room
for a quick growth of smaller ones. As long as there is cyst epithelial cells,
cysts will surely burst out and grow up again. And no surgeon can promise
removing every cyst epithelial cell. Actually, many patients suffer from the
relapse of former or even worse symptoms six months after the surgical
operation. This method not only fails to cure polycystic kidney but brings new
trauma to patients, both physically and mentally.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy for the disease of PKD is well received by
patients because of its grasp of the key points in PKD treating. The key is to
pay equal attention to shrinking cysts as to protecting renal function, as well
as combining these two processes together. After the traditional Chinese
medicine being micro-processed, and through external application, they can
inactivate cyst epithelial cell and prevent cysts from secreting sac liquid. By
this, these cysts will stop swelling up. However, action must be taken to deal
with these existing ones. Active ingredients are helpful with invigorating the
blood circulation of cysts surface and enhancing the resorption of sac liquids.
Finally, the liquid will be excreted out of the body through urination. This
therapy aims at curing the origin of PKD. What’s more, there is generally no