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Although dialysis presents kidney failure patients a lot of side effects or various fatal complications, it is still the most commonly used treatment. Therefore having a through knowledge about dialysis before start is necessary.

What Is the Possible Way to Make Kidneys Work Again for Dialysis Patients

What Is the Possible Way to Make Kidneys Work Again for Dialysis Patients

When your kidneys fail to work, you may have to take dialysis to maintain your life. What is the possible way to make kidneys work again for dialysis patients? If you want to restore kidney function to reduce dialysis frequency or get rid o...Read More

How To Take Care Kidney Dialysis Patients

How To Take Care Kidney Dialysis Patients

Kidney dialysis patients need to be well managed. Here we will give you some tips to take care yourself or your loved one who is on dialysis. 1. Fluid restriction Fluid restriction is very important. When you gain more fluid weight than pre...Read More

Skin Itching in Dialysis Patients: What Should You Do

Skin Itching in Dialysis Patients: What Should You Do

Dialysis is a most common treatment for kidney failure patients when they develop into end stage. With the treatment, patients can get some severe symptoms, and skin itching is the common and difficult to tolerate one. About 60% -90% dialys...Read More

Natural Remedies for Constipation for Dialysis Patients

Natural Remedies for Constipation for Dialysis Patients

Dialysis is one of the kidney replacement treatments for kidney failure patients. But for most patients, they have to bear its various side effects, one of which is constipation. Are there any natural remedies for constipation for dialysis...Read More

What Can I Do for Dark Skin with Dialysis

What Can I Do for Dark Skin with Dialysis

I am a dialysis patient. My skin is getting extremely dark now. What can I do? Dark skin is a common compliant of kidney failure patients on dialysis. And with the going of dialysis, it becomes more and more severe. In this article, renal e...Read More

Is Dialysis Patient No Chance to Be Back to Normal

Is Dialysis Patient No Chance to Be Back to Normal

Is dialysis patient no chance to be back to normal? This is a question got from our mail box, kidneycares@hotmail.com, and it should be the most concerned question for renal failure patients. In the following article, experts in Shijiazhuan...Read More

When Dialysis Is Needed According to Serum Creatinine Level

When Dialysis Is Needed According to Serum Creatinine Level

When dialysis is needed according to serum creatinine level? This question was put forward by many kidney patients visiting our website. As the indicator of kidney function, creatinine level becomes a main concern of kidney patients. Today...Read More

Alternatives to Dialysis for Patients with High Creatinine 8.3 and BUN 172

Alternatives to Dialysis for Patients with High Creatinine 8.3 and BUN 172

According to the recent reports, my fathers creatinine and blood urea is increasing rapidly. Creatinine is about 8.2 and blood urea is 172. I request you to suggest alternatives to dialysis. He wants to avoid dialysis. Due to various factor...Read More

Should Dialysis Be Started with Creatinine of 3.63

Should Dialysis Be Started with Creatinine of 3.63

Creatinine 3.63 is a little higher than the normal range(0.5-1.3 mg/dL), which means your kidneys fail to adequately filter the waste products from the blood. Dialysis is a common used blood purification technic. Should dialysis be started...Read More

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