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Stage 5 Kidney Failure with a 12% is a very poor physical condition, so one of urgent things is to take effective treatment as early as possible. Here, we will do a detailed analysis about how serious is the illness condition and how to improve 12% kidney function.
Kidney failure stage 5 is the last stage kidney disease and the glomerular filtration rate is less than 15. For a person with 12% renal function, it is possible to adopt the dialysis, so as to prolong the lifespan.
When diagnosed with stage 5 renal failure with 12%, then what happens?
12% kidney function is too low to maintain the kidneys’ normal work. As we all know, Kidney is a important filtering organ which is responsible to discharge extra wastes and toxins from the body. When diagnosed with kidney failure, kidney function declines with the development of disease. With only 12% kidney function, kidneys are no longer able to perform as they used to be. In this light, your body heath will be in a big mess. You may suffer from oliguria or even anuria, severe edema, or other life-threatening complications. If left untreated, your life will end up within days or weeks.
How to treat the illness condition?
In western countries, dialysis is commonly used to applied, so as to replace kidney’s normal work. But dialysis is not the only option to deal with condition. What’s more, dialysis can not improve 12% from the underlying causes. Well then, how to do?
To be frank, natural treatment is the best option for stage 5 kidney failure patients. In Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, China, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is widely used for managing the progression of kidney disease and protecting remaining renal function. In addition, a series of Chinese medical therapies like Medicated Bath, Foot Bath, Enema Therapy, Circle Therapy, Hot Compress Therapy, etc are also available to improve poor kidney function and relieve the symptoms related to kidney failure.
To sum up, the correct and effective treatments play significant roles in controlling the development of kidney disease. Therefore, if there is something you do not understand, please feel free to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below directly.
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