How to Treat for Kidney Failure Patients with Diabetes, No Dialysis

Diabetic Nephropathy,Kidney Failure,Diabetes,No DialysisDialysis and kidney transplant are two common ways to treat for Kidney Failure with Diabetes. But they are not work well in sometimes.

Dialysis

Dialysis, the more common form of kidney-replacement therapy, is a way of cleaning the blood with an artificial kidney. There are two types of dialysis: hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis.

No matter which type is chosen, the person undergoing dialysis needs to work closely with the health care team to keep diabetes under control.

Kidney Transplant

One option for the person with ESRD is a new kidney. Transplants are most successful when the kidney comes from a living relative. Another option is a cadaver kidney (a kidney from an unrelated person who has just died).

No matter due to what kind of reason, most people do not want to dialysis or kidney transplant as the treatment. So that they need some alternative treatment of dialysis and kidney transplant.

Nowadays, more and more people started to pay attention on Chinese medicine which can treat for disease from root and do not have damage on kidneys or body.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is an innovation of traditional Chinese Herb Medicine, and has been proved to be effective for treating kidney failure. It can not only treat for kidney failure, but also able to control diabetes well with the help of Chinese medicine.

With its help, the kidney damage can be stopped, even reversed to some degree. So that the patient can live a quality life without dialysis and renal transplant.

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