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Kidney transplantation is the best way to treat uremia?

Dec 01, 2017

Kidney transplantation is common in modern societies, but the process is complicated, for which many people take palliative care in the treatment of certain diseases, some conditions for uremia and some people where circumstances warrant Kidney transplantation to treat, but by this way to treat uremia can be well treated?

In fact, few people are fortunate enough to be successful in kidney replacement because too few kidneys, if not immediate relatives can provide, wait for the chance of cadaver kidney and can be equipped too little success. And not every transplant can be successful, if failed, patients should continue to receive dialysis treatment, or even face the kidney again.

There are some diseases is not recommended for kidney replacement, such as some patients with chronic hepatitis or liver dysfunction, active nephritis, peptic ulcer, urinary tract infection and associated with lower urinary tract obstruction, are not recommended to do Kidney transplant.

In fact, kidney transplantation and can not be once and for all, after transplantation, the patient to take anti-rejection drugs for life, a monthly fee, calculate almost dialysis. American medical experts statistics: the average survival after kidney replacement is 7 years, while China's kidney transplant survival is generally 5 to 7 years.

We understand the above, but also gives the quality of life of patients with uremia after the replacement of the kidneys, once the uremic patients develop advanced stage, then the virus will invade the body's various systems, affecting the patient's basic life, uremia As a urological disorder, many diseases certainly develop into uremia if they can not be treated.

Kidney transplantation is the best way to treat uremia?

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