Stage 4 Chronic Kidney Disease means severe kidney damage has happened. Well then, how severe is the stage? Today, you will get a well understanding about the question.
According to GFR level, CKD is divided into five stages. As for Stage 4 CKD, patients’ renal function may range from 15-29ml/min. Usually in the stage, most patients are told to make preparation for dialysis or kidney transplant in the near future. That’s because the impaired kidneys are not able to filter blood or do their other jobs well enough to keep you healthy. Under such a condition, patients are more likely to suffer from a series of symptoms or complications, just like high blood pressure, anemia, proteinuria, swelling, bone disease, nausea, vomiting, fatigue, poor appetite, heart disease and other cardiovascular diseases and so on. Without good management and controlling, stage 4 kidney disease patients may progress into Kidney Failure stage eventually. Therefore, it is very important to slow the loss of renal function by following your treatment plan and managing other problems like high blood pressure or heart disease. Otherwise, once kidney failure happens, you will need a kidney transplant or dialysis to live.
Well then, how to prevent Stage 4 from Stage 5 CKD?
The most important step is to repair kidney damage and improve renal function. Fortunately, some alternative treatments to dialysis are created by our kidney experts’ team! One is Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, and the other one is Blood Pollution Therapy. The former aims at enhancing kidney cells’ self-handling ability through dilating blood vessels, promoting blood circulation, fighting against inflammation, degrading extracellular matrix, etc; the latter focuses on setting up a good blood environment for kidney function’s recovery. All in all, both of them focus on repairing damaged kidney cells, rebuilding kidney structure and protecting the residual kidney functioning tissues. Correct treatment plan can bring therapeutic effects for patients as many as possible.
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