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Renal Failure Basics

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We have the most skilled nephrologists all around the China, meanwhile, we equip with the foremost equipments as well as the most advanced software system in the globe. Comprehensive exam will be arranged after hospitalization, top experts will gather around to make systematic diagnosis and then chalk out a specialized treatment plan for every single patient.

Renal Failure Basics

What do your kidneys do?

Kidneys are bean shaped organs locating in the abdominal area above your pelvis. Kidneys are essential for human being because kidneys can:

Filtering electrolytes, wastes as well fluids from blood.

Balance the electrolytes and acid-base

Secrete active substances

Regulate blood volume

What is Renal Failure?

Renal Failure describes a serious medical condition, which means that your kidneys lose their function partially or completely. Kidneys undergo cellular death as renal failure happens, which fail to filter excess fluids and produce urine as well balance electrolytes. Under such condition, toxins begin to accumulate in human body resulting in a variety of complications.

Types of Renal Failure:

Renal failure can be categorized as two types: acute and chronic renal failure.

Acute Renal Failure

Acute renal failure, which is also called acute renal injury, refers to a sudden loss of kidney function. It can develop rapidly over several hours or days and is often potentially reversible.

Chronic Renal Failure

Chronic renal failure can progress over months or years, and usually cause an irreversible damage to kidneys. The initial symptoms of chronic renal failure develop mild and could last for many years with unnoticed. People with diabetes, hypertension, lupus, kidney infection, kidney calcium, renal artery stenosis are at high risk of suffering from chronic renal failure.

If you have been diagnosed with Renal Failure, we're here to help. Email us: kidneyservice@hotmail.com(Monday through Sunday) to make an appointment. Or you can make a vedio consultation and get second opinion from live doctor!

Renal Failure Symptoms

renal failure symptoms

Acute renal failure develops more often in people who have diabetes, hypertension, heart diseases or kidney diseases.

Symptoms of acute renal failure

Renal Failure can affect almost every single organ system, the most noticeably including:

Abrupt decrease in urine output

Frequent urination at night

Bad breath

Hiccups

Bruising

Bloody stools

Nose bleeding

Fatigue

Restlessness

Dehydration

Poor appetite

Back pain or

Vomiting

Leg or feet swelling

Change in personality

Seizures

Symptoms of chronic renal failure

Owing to the mild symptoms of chronic renal failure, most of them cannot be aware in the early stage. Symptoms including:

Swelling in face, legs, ankles or hands

Severe itching

Poor appetite

Bad breath

Nausea and vomiting

Dizziness

Headache

Hypertension

Muscle cramp

Difficulty concentrating

If you have been diagnosed with Renal Failure, we're here to help. Email us: kidneyservice@hotmail.com(Monday through Sunday) to make an appointment. Or you can make a vedio consultation and get second opinion from live doctor!

Renal Failure Treatment

renal failure treatment

On the basis of comprehensive diagnosis and the root causes of your diseases, we create the following featured therapies on treatment renal failure.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy

(The root cause of renal failure is fibrosis and hardening of glomeruli. Fibrosis is triggered by the micro-circulation disturbance, which results in ischemia and oxygen deficiency. Ischemia and oxygen deficiency incur renal endothelial cells damages, consequently, damaged endothelial cells will attract inflammatory cells infiltration and release pathologic inflammatory mediators. Under this circumstance, fibrosis can be activated. So blockage of fibrosis becomes vital point to treat renal failure.)

Micro-Chinese Medicine can dilate blood vessels and improve blood circulation, which solve the micro-circulation disturbance fundamentally. Moreover, Micro-Chinese Medicine is anti-inflammatory. So it is able to protect endothelial cells from being infiltration by inflammatory cells. Last but not the least, Micro-Chinese Medicine can help anti-coagulation and anti-thrombosis.

From aforementioned, Micro-Chinese Medicine is able to blocking the fibrosis. In other word, the blockage of fibrosis can contribute to prevent the condition from progressing to Renal Failure.

Immunotherapy

There are six steps of immunotherapy to treat renal failure.

The first one is taking a comprehensive diagnosis with the aid of our most-advanced equipments and software system. After patients hospitalize in our hospital, a comprehensive diagnosis will be arranged. It lays a solid foundation for later treatment.

The second step is using brand-new medicine.

We create a blocking approach to restrain the immune inflammatory reaction rapidly.

Third one is immune tolerance.

By making the kidneys accept the fact that immune complexes deposit in the kidneys and renal intrinsic cells are damaged. The aim is to prevent the reoccurrence of immoderate inflammatory reaction and protect renal intrinsic cells from being damaged again.

Fourth one is called immune-regulation.

Through Traditional Chinese medicine trigeminy stereo therapy which mainly contains promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis, we can get rid of the immune complex. On the other hand, through the medicine that can warm and nourish air and blood in Chinese Medicine Preparation, we can enhance human immunity and the ability to clear away pathogenic foreign matter.

Fifth one is immune protection.

In this phase, we'll spare no effort to take measures in protecting the damaged intrinsic cells and tissues. The core purpose is to protect during the course of treatment, meanwhile, to treat during the course of protection. What we are doing is to repair the damaged cells and rebuild the tissues and organic system.

Last one is immune clearance.

The treatment methods include: immunoadsorbent technique, plasma exchange, blood purification.

If you have been diagnosed with Renal Failure, we're here to help. Email us: kidneyservice@hotmail.com(Monday through Sunday) to make an appointment. Or you can make a vedio consultation and get second opinion from live doctor!

Renal Failure diagnosis

renal failure diagnosis

When you develop renal failure, in order to get the right treatment, accurate diagnosis can be pretty vital. Accurate diagnosis can help your doctor pinpoint the specific deposited location of immune complex so that further treatment can be performed.

We possess the foremost equipments as well as software system all around the world. With the aid of these equipments, we are able to pinpoint the specific deposited location of immune complex. Thereby, chalking out a individualized treatment plan for every single patient.

We have several skilled experts who specialize in diagnosis and analysis of kidney diseases. They are essential to our team. With their expertise and rich experience, surely it will lay a solid foundation for further treatment and prognosis.

Renal failure diagnostic tests

We have routine tests which can be done almost in any general hospitals; furthermore, we are capable of performing special tests, which can pinpoint the exact deposited location of immune complex.

Routine tests of renal failure

Routine blood tests

Serum creatinine: increased serum creatinine is usually an early signal of renal failure.

BUN (blood urea nitrogen): increased level of BUN signals that your kidneys fail to remove urea from blood.

Blood electrolyte tests: calcium, potassium, phosphorus etc. should be measured to see if there are electrolyte imbalances in your body.

CBC (Complete blood count): CBC can denote the situation of blood red cells, white blood cells and platelets.

Routine urine tests

Urinalysis: through examine the sediment from your urine; your kidney damages can be evaluated.

24-hour urine collection: it can help monitor fluid balance in patients with renal failure.

Imaging tests include abdominal ultrasound, CT scan, X-ray, MRI (magnetic resonance imaging)

Kidney biopsy: analyzing a small section of kidney tissue could reveal the severity of kidney damages.

Our special tests—Eight Tests for Renal Injury

Total protein in urine: there are many protein ingredients in total protein in urine, concentration and component vary from time to time under normal or pathologic condition.

MAU (Micro-albumin in urine): MAU refers to micro-albumin in your urine, it is more sensitive than total protein, and it can be used to monitor early damages of your kidneys.

Urine IgG (immunoglobulin G): if IgG appears in your urine, which means that a serious damage have happened to the basilar membrane. The test of urine IgG is valuable to the prognosis of kidney diseases.

Urine α1 microglobulin: It is an early signal of renal tubulus damages.

Osmotic pressure: osmotic pressure mainly reflects the function of concentration and dilution in renal tubulus.

Urine total creatinine

GGT (gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase)

NAG (Amino-glucosidase): NAG is sensitive to the activity damages of renal tubulus.

If you have been diagnosed with Renal Failure, we're here to help. Email us: kidneyservice@hotmail.com(Monday through Sunday) to make an appointment. Or you can make a vedio consultation and get second opinion from live doctor!

Renal Failure lifestyle

renal failure lifestyle

Kidney Failure is a kidney disease in which your kidneys cannot function effectively. As it goes, the waste products, extra fluid and electrolytes will build up in your blood, causing various discomforts. This can be fatal as accumulated fluid and wastes starts to affect your heart, lung or other organs, intensive attention along with immediate treatment will be required.

Here are some diet suggestions for a better kidney management. In some cases, condition can be reversed, if you choose right lifestyle and treatments.

Foods to avoid:

A. Limit the intake of protein: by limiting the protein intake will help reduce the wastes in your blood.

High protein foods include: dairy products, poultry, fish, eggs, meat and so on.

B. Control the amount of phosphorus: kidneys struggle to remove phosphorus from human body even on their best days, there's no need to put extra pressure on your damaged kidneys.

Foods high in phosphorus are dairy products (milk, cheese and yogurt), coconut, figs and dates, raisins, salmon, sardines, oysters, and organ meats, eggs, fish and poultry etc.

C. Limit the amount of sodium in your diet: sodium restrictions are paramount. Foods high in sodium include processed or cured meat, fast foods, pickles, soy sauce and canned vegetables.

D. Restrict high potassium foods: potassium also should be limited. But it is harder to control. Highest potassium amount are found in nuts, potatoes, avocados, winter squash, oranges, kiwi, peaches, apricots, and dried foods.

Other tips for you

A. Take adequate amount of calories

B. Increase the intake of vitamin and mineral supplement as per your dietitian's suggestions.

C. According to the change of your condition, change your diet now and then.

If you have been diagnosed with Renal Failure, we're here to help. Email us: kidneyservice@hotmail.com(Monday through Sunday) to make an appointment. Or you can make a vedio consultation and get second opinion from live doctor!

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