In Kidney Failure, the kidney is damaged seriously that fails to secrete the toxins and wastes effectively, and causes these harmful substances accumulate in blood, for severe cases, they may enter into the kidney intrinsic cells. High Creatinine is one of wastes.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a perfect combination of Traditional Chinese Medicine and high technology—osmoscope. It differs from the traditional treatments, which is an external application therapy without discomfort and pain.
According to the patient’s specific illness and the physical condition, doctors will choose some medicines as materials. They will be micronized into fine powder and then put into small bags. When the treatment starts, patients just need to lie on the bed comfortably. Two medicine bags will be put right on the kidney area. With the help of osmotic machine, the active materials of Chinese medicines can be permeated into kidney directly and effectively.
This therapy has been proven to be effective for CKD or other Kidney Disease. It can help repair damaged kidney so as to block the process of renal fibrosis and restore renal function from the root. Gradually the medicines can eliminate symptoms such as high blood pressure, swelling, proteinuria, hematuria and control complications, such as lowering the risk of heart problems. Thus kidney failure progression will be prevented naturally. In this way, the patient has chance of living higher quality life without Dialysis.
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