Alternative treatment of kidney transplantation for TPN with creatinine 8
An alternative treatment for kidney transplantation for TPN with creatinine 8 I am a patient with renal insufficiency and my creatinine level has already risen to 8. The doctor told me that the disease has progressed at the completion stage and he wants me to take a kidney transplant. Please let me know if there is any alternative treatment?
Hello, according to your description, your creatinine level is 8, which is significantly high than the normal level. In general, you should take dialysis or kidney transplant, but you can avoid dialysis or kidney transplants with timely and systematic treatment.
Dialysis can remove only small molecular toxins, such as creatinine, urea and uric acid. Large molecular toxins such as homocysteine and retinol-binding protein are still in the blood and lead to more serious damage. Thus, for patients of the 5th stage, renal failure, hemofiltration, hemoperfusion, plasmapheresis should be used in a comprehensive manner depending on the patient's condition. In addition, Chinese herbal medicine, acupuncture, therapeutic baths can also achieve more effective blood purification.
As your illness has advanced in the final stage, the treatment that we want to recommend is Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. Because it can expand the blood vessels, improve blood circulation and increase the blood flow in the kidneys. The process of kidney fibrosis can be relieved with sufficient inflow of blood and oxygen. In this case, the self-renewal Damage to the kidney cells and tissues will be resumed, thus improving the overall function of the kidneys. While your GFR increases to 15 or higher, kidney transplantation can be avoided.
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