Stem Cell Treatment for Kidney Disease | Chronic Renal Failure Therapy Cell Treatment for Kidney Disease | Chronic Renal Failure Therapy

Each kidney in the human body consists of about 1 million nephrons that are basically “filtering” units. Every nephron features a glomerulus which consist of a cluster of tiny blood vessels. Inside a kidney, toxins in blood may be removed through the glomerulus structure. High blood sugar often make the blood vessels thicken and become damaged triggering the Kidney Failure process.

Causes And Treatments for Kidney Disease (VIDEO)

Renal Failure Brought on by Diabetes

Kidney Failure tends to disproportionately affect patients with other underlying medical conditions such as Polycystic Kidney Diseasepancreatitis, Diabetes Mellitus. Doctors believe that sustained uncontrolled high blood sugar (and also high blood pressure) is the main cause of kidney failure for most people. Not all Diabetic patients have to suffer from eventual Kidney failure.  The Kidneys have the function of eliminating excess fluids from the blood through our urine. When kidneys start to fail, this function gets disrupted. More fluids start collecting in the body. Then, swelling begins. Patients often report have swollen eyes as well as swollen legs after some time the entire body might swells up.

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When excess fluids and waste can’t be removed from the body naturally, patients begin to lose appetite. They might even begin vomiting  frequently as the bodies struggles with the excess stored waste. As kidney begin to lose functions other symptoms take hold, such as retaining helpful proteins in the blood supply called proteinuria. Proteinuria can be easily discovered with a simple urine test. Kidney disease  patients who also have Diabetes can find that their urine turns out to be a little foamy in appearance.

Types of Acute Renal Failure – Treatments

  • Recurrent kidney stones
  • “Anaemia” Low blood count from kidney disease
  • Kidney induced Lupus
  • Haemodialysis Elimination
  • Recurrent urinary tract infections
  • Renal artery stenosis
  • Peritoneal dialysis
  • Chronic or long term Dialysis at Hospital
  • Interstitial nephritis
  • Acute kidney failure – Sudden
  • Protein or Blood in the urine
  • Kidneys damage due to high blood pressure
  • Polycystic kidneys
  • Electrolyte imbalance
  • Chronic kidney disease (CKD)

Clinical studies have shown that red blood cells have the function of carrying oxygen from the lungs to provide all of the body’s requirements and to provide you the energy you’ll need for your day-to-day activities. Nevertheless, a failing kidney cannot secrete sufficient erythropoietin…

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  1. July 8, 2014
    I have a friend whose both kidneys are damaged as a result of diabetes and now on dialysis thrice a week. She is 75 years old Indian with all complication of High B.P, High Cholestrol..High Diabetes,had an open heart surgery eight years back. Please advise if chance of kidneys regenerating/recovery or seek your advice and cost. Reply
    • July 10, 2014
      Hi Francisco. Thanks for contacting us. Please have your friend email us at info (@) Reply
  2. July 23, 2014
    My wife has a kidney dises as a result of diabetics class one and will soon go on dialysis she is 54 had an open heart surgery 8or9years ago. And has a swelling foot please I need an advise if there is a chance recovery or seek your advice and cost if there will be any. Reply
    • July 24, 2014
      Hello Della, We have emailed you with the information requested for the treatment of Diabetes induced Kidney Disease Reply
  3. July 30, 2014
    i would like more information on the new treatment of kidney failure and cost. Reply
    • July 31, 2014
      Hello Mr Bello, We have emailed you more information about treatment for kidney failure. Reply
  4. August 1, 2014
    Dear Sir, My doctor recommend that I start dialyses within the next month due to kidney failure as a result of type 2 diabetes. I am 65 years old male and I had by pass surgery about 3 years ago. Please let me have more in formation about yoyr treatment and cost. Regards, Hussin Zin Kuala Lumpur Reply
    • August 3, 2014
      Hello Mr Zin. As requested, We have emailed you more information about the treatment. Reply
  5. August 7, 2014
    Hi I have kidney disease my Creatinine is 1.30mg/do and my eGFR Is 57 how dad is this ?my GLLu is 100mg/Dl and all blood test is good. Is it possible to cure it or what are my options? Regards Sam Ibrahim Reply
    • August 7, 2014
      Hello Mr Ibramim, Thanks for contacting us. We have emailed you some information to review. Reply
  6. August 7, 2014
    Dear Sir, I have been diagnosed with stage 4 renal failure, I also have high blood pressure, I am only 45 years old. Please let me have more information about my disease and what I can do to avoid stage 5 or dialysis. What diet I should go on and foods to avoid. Reply
    • August 7, 2014
      Hello Mr/Mrs McDonnell, Stage 5 or End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) typically do not qualify/make good candidate for treatment using stem cells due to significant limitations in travel,damage and/or treatment options. Please send us some more information so we can better determine. We have sent information request to the email provided. Reply
  7. August 15, 2014
    I am 19 years old. I have been on dialysis for the past 5 years. Please inform me if there is any solution to renal failure. Reply
    • August 18, 2014
      Hello Ms Rabia, We have sent you an email with the information you requested. Reply
  8. August 15, 2014
    I am a chronic renal failure patient. i am undergoing hemodialysis thrice a week. last week laboratory test showed my creatinine is 1300 before dialysis. after dialysis it goes down to 400. my phosphorous is 10, which makes my skin so itchy. other items were normal level. i am now 4 years in dialysis. my nephrologist told me to undergo transplantation of kidney. but it is very hard to find a donor with compatibality. is there any chance for me that i can be treated with stem cell theraphy or my disease can be reversed... please advice.. Reply
    • August 18, 2014
      Hello Mr Elias, An email with the information you requested has been sent to the email listed. Reply
  9. August 16, 2014
    Hai Jsamransiri, I am a Pathologist in one of the hospital in Perak, Malaysia. My wife is on 3 x weekly haemodialysis for last 2 years. How long do we need to stay in Thailand and how can she continue with her haemodialysis there ? Any testimonial from kidney failure patient? Reply
    • August 18, 2014
      Hello Doctor Rifaei, Information you requested has been sent to the email you provided. Reply

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