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Treatment for People with Renal Failure and Diabetes

2013-02-23 16:24

Diabetes is a group of metabolic disease which can involve multiple organs and systems throughout the body. When kidneys are involved, it will cause diabetic kidney disease. Diabetes is one of leading causes of renal failure.

How does renal failure occur in diabetes?

Kidneys can filter blood to remove extra water and metabolic wastes from blood. In diabetes, high concentration of blood sugar can put extra strain on the filters in kidneys to reduce renal function. Meanwhile, high blood pressure can cause lipid metabolic disorder and protein metabolic disorder. These problems also can worsen renal function. Eventually, renal failure will occur.

What is the treatment for diabetes induced renal failure?

Compared with non-diabetic renal failure, diabetes induced renal failure is more difficult to treat due to its complex condition. Routine treatments which only can control the symptoms the condition, but are not enough to control it completely. Most of the patients end up with dialysis or kidney transplant finally.

Is there any alternative treatment for diabetes induced renal failure?

To treat diabetic renal failure effectively, the treatment should be able to control diabetes and renal failure at the same time. The combined therapy of Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and Tangyikang is an alternative treatment for the patients.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotehrapy is an external therapy for renal failure based on traditional Chinese medicine. The effective medicine ingredients can be penetrated into kidney lesions and act on the impaired kidneys directly. It can activate the self-repairing system of the kidneys to improve renal function.

Tangyikang aims at treating diabetes and it is also applied externally. It can improve the insulin sensitivity and restore the impaired islet cells to increase the production of insulin. This therapy can control diabetes effectively.

Additionally, medicated bath, Tangyangkang, etc are also used to treat the complications of diabetes, such as nerver damage, eye disease etc.

The combined use of these treatments can control diabetes and renal failure aggressively. Thereby, it can help the patients avoid Dialysis and Kidney Transplant.

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