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How Bad Is 40% Renal Failure After Liver Transplant

Posted: by Dr.Zhao      Time: 2014-11-04 08:38

Topics: Renal Failure Renal Failure Basics Renal Failure Prognosis

Details: My father did liver transplant several months ago. Now, the test for kidney function shows 40% renal failure. Is this serious?

Expert Answer

Liver transplant is one operation that places one healthy liver into the body of patients so that patients with end stage liver disease can get a good recovery. With more than 40 years’ development, liver transplant operation has come into mature stage all over the world. Until now, more than 100,000 of liver transplant has been done in the world. However, after this operation, patients may suffer from some complications, and kidneys may be attacked in some cases.

40% renal failure means a large part of kidney functioning tissues have been lost. In this condition, kidneys can still work by themselves but may cause a series of problems such as high creatinine level, high blood pressure, proteinuria, fatigue, and so on. If uncontrolled effectively, chronic kidney failure will progress into stage 4 or stage 5. Therefore, patients should take effective treatments to slow down the progress of kidney failure and protect the remaining kidney functioning tissues.

Until now, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can help increase the blood flow into kidneys and prompt the recovery of impaired kidney cells. Finally, the loss of kidney function can be stopped effectively.

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