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Kidney transplant may be the last option for kidney failure patients or ESRD (end stage renal disease). However, sometimes, some patients may face the second kidney transplant if the first one fails.
Indeed, kidney transplant has a certain risk for patients and the big side effect of the surgery is the rejection reaction. Some studies show that one failed kidney transplant doesn’t mean a second one is likely to fail. In most cases, if the first kidney transplant fails, second kidney disease transplant can be regard as the best option for patients. But this time stresses the match-type of kidney. And it is very important to relive the discomforts and complication of first kidney disease. During the second surgery, it is better to adopt the immunosuppressor which has few harms to liver, so as to enhance the transplanted kidney’s survival rate. Some studies show that second transplant have traditionally been considered a high immunologic risk, but there’s been lack of data on outcomes of re-transplants.
In China, kidney transplant is not the ideal and best treatment for Kidney Failure patients. Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital is one larges kidney disease specialist hospital in China and nephrologist has researched and created natural and alternative treatment which can help avoid dialysis or kidney transplant.
Immunotherapy is the newest treatment for management of kidney disease. It is a combination of Chinese medicine and western medical technology. And the systemic treatment is divided into six steps including immune diagnosis, immune clearance, immune blockage, immune tolerance, and immune regulation. Each step has its own therapeutic effects. Combining with six steps, the waste products and toxins can be discharged from the patients. As long as the pollution of blood can be cleared, kidney disease can be eased. In addition, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Blood Pollution Therapy, Medicated Bath and so on also available for kidney failure patients. If you have any follow-up questions, you can leave a message below or email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try our best to help you.