Kidney transplant is the common treatment for the patients with kidney failure or uremia. It can help the patients live a normal life again. While, the recurrence rate is so high, especially in FSGS that takes the 30% percentage in the first transplantation. So, can dialysis save kidney failure with FSGS recurrence after transplant?
Dialysis also is a treatment for kidney failure, which can replace the kidneys to work to remove the metabolite and some toxins from blood. But dialysis is easy to let the patients rely on it, which can let the patients’ transplant kidney lose its all functions gradually. So, though dialysis can discharge the accumulated wastes and toxins from the patients’ body, it can not save kidney failure with FSGS recurrence after transplant.
Now that dialysis can not save kidney failure with FSGS recurrence after transplant, what treatments are proper for them?
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can repair the transplant kidney damage through expanding blood vessels, improving blood circulation, removing blood stasis, eliminating immune complexes, inhibiting the inflammation reaction and providing nutrients for damaged kidneys. Besides, immunotherapy is a promising new kidney disease treatment that can stimulate a patient’s immune system. It has the following functions in treating kidney failure with FSGS.
1. It can relieve the symptoms of FSGS and treat if from root cause.
2. It also can block the progresses of kidney failure.
3. It also can enhance the patients’ immunity to fight against disease and repair the damaged kidney cells.
In a word, Immunotherapy and Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can save kidney failure with FSGS recurrence after transplant and help the patients live a normal life. If you are interested in the two treatments or have any other questions, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or leave your message below. I appreciate your solicitude, except your reply.
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