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At What Age Is Too Old for A Kidney Transplant

At What Age Is Too Old for A Kidney TransplantKidney transplant is needed when kidneys fail to work thoroughly. As this surgery may cause a series of risks, too old persons are recommended not to do kidney transplant. Then, at what age is too old for a kidney transplant?

What is the answer?

Kidney transplant is one operation that replaces diseased kidney with a healthy kidney. Although the success rate of this surgery has increased a lot in recent years, it may cause bleeding, shock, severe vascular sclerosis, ATN and other problems easily. Because of these risks, it is thought that kidney patients at age 12~50 are most suitable to accept kidney transplant. If the condition is relaxed, patients at 5~60 can also do this surgery. In fact, there is no absolute age limitation for kidney transplant operation, but doctors should consider patients’ cardiovascular condition and their life expectancy carefully.

Kidney Transplant for kidney patients who are elder than age 60

From the above analysis, we can know patients above age 60 are usually not recommended to do kidney transplant any more. However, this doesn’t mean all of these patients won’t have chance to regain a brand life. To make them live easier, dialysis treatment is far from enough.

How to make elder kidney failure patients live healthier?

At present, some therapies can help improve kidney failure patients’ life quality, strengthen their body and boost Qi effectively. For example, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can prompt sweating, expand blood vessels all over the body, nourish damaged kidney cells, regulate the internal environment and bring many other benefits. With the help of these therapies, kidney failure patients may find they can live relatively normally.

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