Kidney Failure with Creatinine 7.13: Is Dialysis the Best Choice

Kidney Failure with Creatinine 7.13: Is Dialysis the Best ChoiceHigh Creatinine Level is one common symptom of Kidney Disease. However, is Dialysis the best choice for Kidney Failure patient with creatinine 7.13? To be frankly, dialysis can be one of the choices for patient but it is not the best one.

Do you know why dialysis is not the best choice in Kidney Failure?

Dialysis as the most common treatment of kidney failure, it can help kidney failure reduce their high creatinine level and other symptoms by discharging the toxins in blood. However, long-terms of dialysis may induce some side effect, which will affect the patient’s life greatly. What’s more, dialysis cannot solve the kidney problem from its root, that is to say, once dialysis is stopped, the patient will suffer high creatinine again.

What is the best treatment for kidney failure patients?

As for the best choice, I recommend Toxin-Removing Therapy to you, especially Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy.

Only cleanse the blood can medication effects be played fully. For Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, it is one of the perfect combination of Traditional Chinese Herb Medicine and Western Medicines. By anti-thrombosis, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation and enlarge blood vessels, it can repair the damaged kidney tissues and protect them from further damage, thus to improve kidney function and reverse kidney disease.

That is to say, with the help of the therapy, the kidney failure patient not only can reduce their high creatinine level but also can get a chance to reverse their disease.

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