How long can you live with dialysis
Time: 2020-02-15 15:32, Tags: Dialysis
Dialysis shows great effects in removing the waste products in blood for patients with kidney damage. However, only dialysis may be not enough to keep your blood clean.
Experts found that more than 90 kinds of toxins exist in kidney failure patients. However, dialysis only can remove the small sized toxins, such as creatinine, BUN etc. As for the middle sized and large sized toxins, you may need to require the help of Blood Purification, which is a treatment group that can filter out all kinds of toxins in the blood.
How long can you live with dialysis?
We do not yet know the exact answer of the life expectancy of dialysis patients. According to a study, the average lifespan of dialysis is 4.25 years and about 23% of dialysis patient can live for 10 years. Some quiz can help find a rough answer of how long dialysis patients can live. If you have a interest, you can leave a message below and we are glad to reply you our specific quiz.
Can dialysis patients continue to work?
The answer differs from person to person. But many patients can continue to work after dialysis. If your job is physical labor, you are suggested to change your job.
Is there any alternative treatment of dialysis?
To replace dialysis, the key is to improve kidney functions. When kidneys can work better to remove the toxins from the blood and keep your body body balanced, dialysis will not be necessary.
Based on TCM, our hospital developed a new Chinese herbal treatment, namly, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, which can improve kidney functions, thereby, it does help patients to increase the chance to get rid of dialysis. In the past 30 years, it has saved thousands of CKD families. However, not everyone will surely get such a good effects from Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. If you want to know whether you can get rid of dialysis, you can email your basic info and medical conditions to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will give you a reply within 48 hours.
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