Kidneys are a pair of bean-shaped organs. The size of healthy kidneys is 10-12cm long and 5-6cm wide. Each kidney is composed of one million nephrons. When blood flows through nephrons, oxygen and nutrients will be supplied to them and also the wastes will be filtered out of body. However, there is a variety of conditions and disease which can cause inadequate blood supply to nephrons. The impaired nephrons will become scarred and necrotic of ischemia and anoxia in kidneys, and the result is that kidney shrinkage. Meanwhile, the shrank kidneys will fail to work adequately. High levels of waste products will flow into blood through blood circulation, thus giving rise to a lot of complications and discomforts, that is why serum creatinine level increased.
As for the treatment, we should improve blood circulation, improve the condition of ischemia and anoxia, repair the damaged nephrons and clear away the toxin which inside the body, then kidney function will be improved and the size of kidneys will become normal.
The conservative treatment for kidney disease only can relieve the symptoms. To treat kidney shrinkage and enhance renal function, you should have a treatment to repair the impaired parts of nephrons. Blood purification and Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy are effective treatments for people who have kidney shrinkage.
Blood purification can eliminate all kinds of metabolic wastes and pathogenic substances from blood. It can stop further renal function deterioration and can also create an internal environment for restoring the functions of impaired kidneys.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is an external application of Chinese herbal medicines. This therapy can improve renal function and control the symptoms of kidney disease by restoring the impaired kidney tissues and cells. When impaired structure of nephrons can be reversed, the size of kidneys will increase. Thereby, kidney shrinkage may be reversed.
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