TCM for Hypertensive Nephropathy with Creatinine level 472
Time: 2020-03-05 15:38, Tags:
Q: my father is a high blood pressure and kidney disease patient. He suffered from the disease for 7 years and now his medical report suggested creatinine level 472. Is there anything natural that helpful?
A: I have gone through the reports: the father’s serum creatinine level is elevated to 472 and urea level to 14.7, which indicates the kidney function has been damaged a lot. There is protein in the urine. The right kidney has been shrunk with declined renal function and multiple cysts. He also has Hypertension for 7years.
According to the reports, your dear father is suffering from hypertensive nephropathy and his right kidney function has been damaged a lot. There are Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can treat the disease well.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy refers to that:
Firstly, we make the effective Chinese medicine for kidney disease super finely smashed. Then the micronized Chinese medicine is permeated into kidney lesions through the skin on the back visa kidney area with help of effective penetrant and osmosis devices.
When receiving the treatment, it is just like doing a massage. It will lower the blood pressure for there are many herbs which helps widen blood vessels and accelerate blood circulation.
In addition, it not only widens the blood vessels in the kidneys but also the blood vessels in kidneys. Thereby, the kidney lesions will get sufficient blood and oxygen to self-cure. This is another function of Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, that is, repairing the damaged kidney tissues and improving kidney function.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy has been used for 26 years, which shows promising effects in treating various kidney diseases, including hypertensive nephropathy, Renal Failure, IgA Nephropathy and Nephrotic Syndrome etc. Any problem, you are suggested to add our whatsapp account:+8618703318105 or leave a message below.
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