Creatinine Level 8.9 is extremely high than the normal ranges which indicates kidney disease patients have developed into end-stage renal disease (ESRD). In the condition, is necessary to do kidney transplantation? Let’s discuss the issues together and find the answer. For personalized suggestions, consult our online doctor or email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Generally speaking, a patient with creatinine 8.9 definitely mean his or her kidneys are unable to work adequately to sustain life. Left untreated, the disorder will be fatal. Renal replacement therapy like dialysis or kidney transplant is a useful treatment to help patient stay alive. However, both of them are running high risk due to potential risks.
Fortunately, thanks to the continual advancement of modern medical technology, kidney transplant is no longer the only choice for kidney failure patients. Because alternative natural remedy in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital has been developed to help renal failure avoid dialysis and significantly prolong the life span. Blood Pollution Therapy and Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can be the best “cooperative partner”
One the one hand, blood pollution treatment is mainly used to remove wastes and toxins in blood through bombing comprehensive blood purification with TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine); on the other hand, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is responsible for repairing kidney damage and improving renal function from the root. The active ingredients of the treatment has numerous functions like dilating blood vessels, promoting blood circulation, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, degrading extracelluar matrix and providing extra nutrition for the body.
Under these treatments, creatinine level 8.9 in renal failure will not aggravate further and complete kidney failure can be avoided. Moreover, kidney capacity will be raised gradually and renal transplantation is no longer needed!
Now, don’t miss the chance to live more better. So, come to China for new treatments!
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