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How Does Chinese Medicine Raise Low GFR 13

2016-01-07 03:04

Q:

I am a kidney failure patient and my Glomerular Filtration Rate (GFR) is 13. Doctors suggest me to take dialysis. But I really do not want to start dialysis. I see the website of Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital which writes Chinese medicines can raise low GFR and help patients avoid dialysis. Is this true? How does Chinese Medicine raise GFR? Appreciate your advice and thanks in advance.

A:

How Does Chinese Medicine Raise Low GFR 13First, you should know what causes your low GFR?

Glomeruli are filters in your kidneys and they can filter blood in right condition. Glomeruli are composed of the renal functional cells. When some kidney cells are impaired, kidneys will function improperly. As a result, less blood will be filtered by kidneys, thus causing low GFR.

Second, how does Chinese medicines raise low GFR?

Chinese medicines aim to protect healthy kidney cells and restore the injured kidney cells. In our hospital, Chinese medicine treatments includes a series of Chinese medicine treatment such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Mai Kang Mixture, acupuncture and oral Chinese medicine, etc. Based on your illness condition, different Chinese medicine treatments are used to raise GFR. Here I give you two examples:

1. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is an innovation of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). It is an external application and patients just need to lie on the bed to take this therapy. The Chinese medicines are micronized and then put into two medicated bags. With the osmosis device and effective penetrant fluid, the active ingredients will be permeated into kidney tissues directly and take effect quickly. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy has functions of expanding blood vessels, preventing inflammation and coagulation, degrading extracellular matrix, providing nutrients and activating the self-healing ability of injured kidney cells. In this way, more blood will be supplied to kidneys and kidneys can repair themselves in this good environment. Gradually injured kidney cells can be repaired and kidney function will be improved effectively. GFR level will be raised spontaneously.

2. Medicated Bath

Medicated herbal bath can open your skin pores and make ingredients of Chinese medicines come to the internal organs and tissues directly. Medicated bath helps improve blood circulation, excrete waste products and enhance your immune system. It is another remedy for kidneys to heal themselves to some extent.

Different Chinese medicine has different function. All of them are good for raising GFR. But if you want to get the maximal therapeutic effects, you should combine some of Chinese medicine treatments together. Any question, you can leave a message below or send an email to kidneycares@hotmail.com. We will reply yo as soon as possible.

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