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Kidney Failure patients are prone to suffer from various disorders due to gradual decline of renal function. Nearly all patients with advanced kidney damage have at least one skin problem, such as itching skin, dry skin, rash, and blisters. Well then, how to treat blisters for kidney disease patients?
Before recommending treatment, I’d like to share some info about how does blisters occur in kidney failure.
What is the blister?
A blister is a small pocket of fluid within the upper layers of the skin. Most blisters are filled with a clear fluid called serum or plasma. However, blisters can be filled with blood (known as blood blisters) or with pus (if they become infected).
How does it occur in kidney failure?
Kidney failure refers that kidney fail to function normally and extra wastes and toxins , as well as fluid will build up in the body. What’s more, severe water-sodium retention may cause blisters when fluid becomes trapped under your skin. In addition, the deposited wastes and toxins in the skin are also causes of blisters. In addition, blisters also can be caused by the dialysis treatment.
Well then, how to deal with this condition?
In Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, China, we do not simply recommend western drugs to you due to their potential side effects. Instead, we prefer recommending natural Chinese medical therapy - “Four+Seven Therapy”.
“Four” refers to four kinds of medicines, which include the following contents respectively.
-One bottle of Maikang Composition
-A pair of oral Chinese medicine.
-A packet of Chinese medicine for external application
-A pot of Medical liquid for Foot Bath.
“Seven” refers to seven types of Chinese medical therapies, including:
1. Fumigation and Steaming Therapy
2. Medicated Bath
3. Cycle Therapy
6. Foot Bath
7. Enema Therapy
The mentioned above therapies are the innovation from Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and they have been successfully used in the clinical. All of them aim to repair kidney damage and protect renal function from the root. As long as renal function comes back to normal, numerous symptoms will disappear, let alone blisters. If you are interested in our characterized therapies, please contact our doctors online directly or you can email to firstname.lastname@example.org