Mr. Zhang had kidney failure. Our treatment reduced his creatinine level from 786 umol/l (8.9 mg/dL) to 141.6 umol/l (1.6 mg/dL) and removed him from dialysis
Mr. Zhang was a 41 years old male patient who suffered from kidney disease for 10 years. His kidney failed and he had to be hospitalized in a different medical facility and relied on dialysis twice a week to survive.
Mr. Zhang thought that he would never be able to live a normal life ever again. He came to our hospital upon the recommendation by our patients. He complained about extreme fatigue, poor appetite, and headache. We tested his blood pressure and kidney function, which showed high blood pressure of 260/170mmHg, and significant loss of kidney function (creatinine level at 786 umol/l (8.9 mg/dL), and urea nitrogen of 32.6 mmol/l (91 mg/dL)). We immediately prescribed our medication to the patient. Very surprising to Mr. Zhang, he immediately experienced significant improvement of his physical symptoms, including improved appetite and reduced fatigue. After 4 months of treatment, his creatinine level reduced to 485 umol/l (5.5 mg/dL), urea nitrogen to 18 mmol/l (50 mg/dL), and dialysis was reduced to once per week. Two months later, the creatinine level was reduced to 312 umol/l (3.53 mg/dL) , urea nitrogen to 12.7 mmol/l (35 mg/dL). At this point, Mr. Zhang recovered so much of his kidney function that he did not have go through dialysis. The patient resumed normal life activities, did not feel any fatigue, had good appetite, and was in very spirit. The patient continued on the treatment for another 6 months and achieved creatinine level of 141.6 umol/l (1.6 mg/dL) and urea nitrogen 6.8 mmol/l (19 mg/dL).
Mr. Zhang was extremely satisfied with the treatment outcome and decided to conclude the treatment. He later reported to us that he was able to maintain all normal life activities.
Mr. Li had kidney failure and cerebral hemorrhage. Our treatment reduced his creatinine level from 927.6 umol/l (10.5 mg/dL) to 205.4 umol/l (2.32 mg/dL) and got him off dialysis
Mr. Li was a 40 years old male patient. He suffered from high blood pressure for 10 years and was diagnosed with kidney related high blood pressure. He had cerebral hemorrhage and kidney failure and was sent to the emergency room. Mr. Li stayed in intensive care for a month and had to rely on dialysis.
Mr. Li came to our hospital as recommended by one of our patients. Mr. Li was in a bad shape. He had difficulty even walking. He had extreme fatigue. His kidney function test showed creatinine level of 927.6 umol/l (10.5 mg/dL), and urea nitrogen of 33.4 mmol/l (93.53 mg/dL). He was on dialysis 3 times per week.
We immediately put the patient on our medication. Shortly after the start of our treatment, Mr. Li felt that his physical conditions markedly improved. After 5 months of treatment, his creatinine level reduced to 419.6 umol/l (4.75 mg/dL), urea nitrogen to 21.6 mmol/l (60.49 mg/dL). Mr. Li had greatly improved appetite and was able to reduce dialysis to twice per week. After another 4 months of treatment, Mr. Li’s kidney function continued to improve and he was able to reduce dialysis to once per week. After two more months, Mr. Li’s creatinine level reduced to 208.6 umol/l (2.36 mg/dL), urea nitrogen to 9.8 mmol/l (27.44 mg/dL). After 12 months of treatment, Mr. Li’s kidney function was significantly improved and he was able to stay off dialysis. Mr. Li no longer felt sick and resumed normal life activities. We followed up with Mr. Li one year after the successful treatment, his creatinine level maintained at 205.4 umol/l (2.32 mg/dL), urea nitrogen 7.8 mmol/l (21.84 mg/dL), and he lived a normal life style.
Ms. Li suffered kidney disease for years and lost all hopes. Our treatment reduced her creatinine level from 942 umol/l (10.65 mg/dL) to 167 umol/l (1.89 mg/dL). Her life was back to normal again.
Ms. Li was a 46 years old female patient. She suffered from had kidney disease for many years and sought medical help in many hospitals and clinics but was not able to halt the deterioration of her kidney function. One day she suffered sudden kidney failure and felt extreme fatigue, nausea, poor appetite, headache, and short of breath. She also had itchy skin rash, swelling, high blood pressure, anemia and acidosis. She sought treatment from several hospitals and was told she had to rely on dialysis and wait for kidney transplant. She had to perform emergency dialysis 8 times but had such bad experience that she refused to continue. She lost all hopes to live.
She came to our hospital with desperation and not expecting much. Her blood test showed creatinine at 942 umol/l (10.65 mg/dL), and urea nitrogen at 46 mmol/l (128.82 mg/dL). She had serious acidosis.
After a month of treatment by medication, Ms. Li felt that her physical condition greatly improved. Her swelling, fatigue and other discomfort disappeared. She had greatly improved appetite. Her acidosis was reduced, blood pressure dropped to normal level. She regained hope.
After 3 months of the treatment, her creatinine level reduced to 503.5 umol/l (5.69 mg/dL), urea nitrogen to 28.6 mmol/l (80.09 mg/dL). After another 7 months of the treatment, the patient’s creatinine level dropped to 195.30 umol/l (2.21 mg/dL), urea nitrogen to 10.6 mmol/l (29.68 mg/dL). She was very happy with the outcome and concluded the treatment course. She resumed moderate level of daily activities. We followed up with Ms. Li 16 months after her successful treatment, her creatinine level was 167 umol/l (1.89 mg/dL), urea nitrogen 9.3 mmol/l (26.04 mg/dL). She has been living a normal life style ever since.
Mr. Liu had kidney disease for 30 years. We reduced his creatinine level from 687 umol/l (7.77mg/dL) to 128 umol/l (1.45 mg/dL)
Mr. Liu is a 46 years old male patient. Mr. Liu had kidney disease for 30 years and was diagnosed with kidney failure two years ago. He was taking steroid kidney medicine which did not prevent kidney failure. He was put on dialysis 3 times a week in a different hospital.
The dialysis was so painful that Mr. Liu did not want to continue and sought help from our hospital. We examined the patient and found his creatinine level at 687 umol/l (7.77mg/dL), urea nitrogen at 21.2 mmol/l (59.37 mg/dL). We treated the patient with our medicine. After two months of treatment, the patient felt much improved stamina and rigor, his creatinine dropped to 653 umol/l (7.39 mg/dL), urea nitrogen to 19.8 mmol/l (55.45 mg/dL). His dialysis was reduced to twice per week. After another 3 months, his creatinine further decreased to 341.8 umol/l (3.87 mg/dL), urea nitrogen to 16.6 mmol/l (46.49 mg/dL). The dialysis was reduced to once per week. After 7 months of treatment with our medicine, Mr. Liu’s kidney function was significantly improved and he was able to stop dialysis completely. After 12 months of treatment, Mr. Liu’s creatinine level dropped to 128 umol/l (1.45 mg/dL), urea nitrogen to 6.8 mmol/l (19.04 mg/dL). Mr. Liu felt that his physical condition greatly improved, had much better appetite, and was in great spirit. He was able to resume all normal life activities. Mr. Liu successfully concluded the treatment course.