What is end stage renal disease life expectancy? It is a common concern for the patients, but there is no a fast answer to this question.This is because it is affected by variables.
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End stage renal disease is when the kidneys stop working adequately for you to live. High levels of wastes build up in body to incur numerous complications.Dialysis and Kidney Transplant are two common treatment options for ESRD.
Dialysis is the most common treatment for end stage renal disease. Patients on dialysis possess a very general average life expectancy of four years. But some can enjoy a bountiful life for as long as 25 years.
Kidney Transplant is the premise treatment option for end stage renal disease. If the transplant is done successfully, the patients can have a normal life expectancy.
Apart from dialysis and kidney transplant, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and immunotherapy are alternative treatment options for ESRD. They can restore the impaired kidney structure and improve renal function thus prolong the end stage renal disease life expectancy.
Complications related to dialysis and kidney disease are important death cause of end stage renal disease. For example, cardiovascular disease is a significant death cause of kidney disease. Therefore, it is important to control the complications of renal failure. Then how to control these complications and help the patients live a better life. Email to firstname.lastname@example.org to get more suggestions.
A proper diet plays vital part in the treatment of ESRD and can affect end stage renal disease significantly. The patients are often referred to a dietitian. The dietitian will make a personalized diet for based on the patient’s condition.
Besides the above factors, emotion, daily habits etc also can influence the end stage renal disease life expectancy. The patients should follow their doctor’s advices restrictively.
Here you can see how other patients treat their kidney failure successfully and live a fullfill life. Read their stories:Patient Story