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How Long Can We Wait to Start Dialysis After Complete Kidney Failure

Provided by Expert Zhang Youkang on 2014-01-21 06:29

How Long Can We Wait to Start Dialysis After Complete Kidney FailureHow long can we wait to start dialysis after complete kidney failure? Complete kidney failure is one condition that most patients can’t produce any urine. In this case, most patients have to begin dialysis immediately. If they don’t have life-threatening complications, it may be possible for them to delay dialysis.

Dialysis and kidney function level

Generally speaking, doctors recommend renal patients to prepare for dialysis, when their kidney function declines to 15% or less. This is because low kidney function level can cause extra waste products and toxins to settle in the blood and damage various organs. If patients’ kidney failure is due to diabetes or they have some severe complications such as acidosis and refractory hypertension, the time to begin dialysis may be brought forward.

Is it possible for people with complete kidney failure to delay dialysis?

Fortunately, the answer is yes. If you have one same problem and no life-threatening complications, the following treatments may help you avoid or at least delay dialysis.

- Detoxification medicines: The biggest problem for people with kidney failure is usually the build up of toxins and waste products. Many medicines, both in Chinese medicine and western medicines, can help detoxify the body and eliminate harmful substances. Choose correct detoxification medicines with doctor’s guidance.

- Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy: In one clean internal environment, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy plays effects of anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, dilating blood vessels and degrading extracellular matrix. Therefore, it is able to improve kidney function level and repair the damaged but not necrotic kidney cells.

- Natural consolidation remedies: Some natural treatments, such as Medicated Bath, Acupuncture, circle therapy, etc, can help strengthen human’s Qi in the body and improve their immune system, so as to prevent the recurrence of kidney disease.

The above is only one general introduction. If you want to get personalized advice, you had better send your medical test to kidneyabc@hotmail.com. Therefore, kidney experts can help you some specific suggestions.

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