Why Should Chronic Kidney Failure Patients Be Treated with Dialysis

Chronic Kidney Failure, DialysisKidney Failure is a kind of renal insufficiency caused by many kinds of kidney diseases. It is difficult to cure it. Moreover, the harm of renal failure is greater. Doctors generally recommend dialysis treatment. So why should chronic renal failure be treated with Dialysis?

To what extent does the patient need dialysis?

Generally speaking, for patients with high creatinine, such as renal failure developing to end-stage uremia and serious complications, patients with excessive toxins or poor self-feeling, nausea and vomiting, skin itching, heart failure and other clinical symptoms, dialysis should be done actively.

Dialysis has its positive therapeutic significance and can delay the patient's illness condition.

When the kidney function of chronic renal failure patients is damaged to a certain extent, the toxins in the body can not be excreted from the body through the kidney, which will seriously damage the functions of various organs of the whole body, especially the heart, brain, kidney, blood and so on. It will affect the life safety of patients. At this time, if the toxins in the body are not discharged as soon as possible without dialysis, the failure of the functions of various organs will soon affect the lives of patients. Patients should be treated actively in other ways without life-threatening conditions.

Kidney is an important organ to maintain the stability of the internal environment of the body. By producing and excreting urine, metabolites are discharged from the body, maintaining acid-base balance, and regulating endocrine function.

Chronic renal failure (CRF) is a group of symptoms caused by various chronic kidney diseases (chronic nephritis is one of the most common causes of chronic renal failure in China), including progressive, serious metabolic disorders and other damage. It is a slow and irreversible process, and the symptoms in the early and middle stages are often not obvious.

When the kidney function is damaged to a certain extent, the toxins in the body can not be excreted from the body through the kidney, which will seriously damage the functions of various organs and even endanger life.

At this time, metabolic acidosis is caused by renal dysfunction; impaired renal filtration function leads to water and sodium retention, and water and sodium retention leads to heart failure. If the state of high toxin in the body can not be effectively alleviated in a timely manner, the heart and brain and other organs will be involved, burying the foreshadowing of death of renal failure.

Dialysis therapy is simply based on the principle of "membrane balance" of semi-permeable membranes. It uses dialysate and metabolic products, water and electrolyte accumulated in blood at a certain concentration for osmotic exchange, removes metabolic waste and excessive water, maintains the safe concentration of electrolyte in blood, replaces the kidneys that have been unable to work, performs its excretion function and excretes toxins from the body, thus playing a role of rapid relief of uremic symptoms. Therefore, timely dialysis is particularly important for patients with advanced chronic renal failure to assist kidney metabolism, discharge waste, alleviate symptoms of systemic poisoning and prevent serious complications.

If you do not want to start dialysis, you can try some Chinese Medicine Treatment, such as Medicated Bath, Foot Bath, Enema Therapy, Steam Therapy and so on to eliminate waste products and extra fluid from the blood.

Now you know why chronic kidney failure should be treated with dialysis. For more information on alternatives to dialysis, please leave a message below or contact online doctor.


***Please seek professional medical advise for the diagnosis or treatment of any ailment, disease or medical condition. This article is not intended to be a substitute for the advice of a licensed medical professional.***

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