Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease, especially End-Stage Renal Disease, often have bone pain, joint pain, bone deformation and bone fracture. All these are the symptoms of Renal Osteodystrophy, which is a bone pathology, characterized by bone mineralization deficiency, that is a direct result of the electrolyte and endocrine derangements that accompany Chronic Kidney Disease. Blood tests will indicate low calcium and high phosphate.
When healthy, the kidneys can regulate electrolytes. Once the kidneys are
damaged, balance of electrolyte will be disordered. Then decreased calcium and
increased phosphorus may cause Renal Osteodystrophy. Therefore, to treat Renal
Osteodystrophy fundamentally, patients must repair the damaged kidneys.
Western medicines cannot repair damaged kidneys. Most patients in their
countries are recommended to have a Kidney Transplant. In our hospital, our
doctors recommended Immunotherapy instead of Kidney Transplant, which has no
matching problems and can repair the damaged kidneys without a surgical
After the kidneys being repaired, on the one hand, the filtering functions of
the kidneys will recover. Then the phosphorus can be removed out of the body
normally, which can improve the status of high phosphorus. On the other hand,
the recovered kidneys can help covert vitamin D3 to its active form, calcitriol,
which can stimulate reabsorption of calcium. In addition, for the patients who
have loss of appetite, this symptom will be improved and they can take in more
food, which increases the intake of calcium.
So treat the damaged kidneys is the root treatment method of Renal
Osteodystrophy. There are more than 1000 patients with Chronic Kidney Disease
treated by Immunotherapy in our hospital. For detailed information, you can
consult our online experts or email to me. We will provide you with professional
analysis and make proper treatment suggestion for you.