What is the Life Expectancy for Kidney Failure Patient with GFR of 102015-08-20 17:33
What is the life expectancy for kidney failure patient with GFR of 10 ? Actually, there are many factors will affect the life span of the patient, such as age, physical condition, causes of kidney disease, treatment and so on, among them the treatment is the key point to prolong the life span.
GFR is considered to be the most sensitive indicator of kidney function. By detecting the GFR, doctor can figure out the exact stage of kidney disease and the treatment. GFR declines with the disease progresses. If the GFR drops to below 15ml/min, you may have probably entered into stage 5 kidney failure, the advanced stage of kidney disease. In this stage, dialysis or kidney transplant will be applied to sustain life.
If you are accompanied by serious problems with GFR 10, dialysis will be in demand. Normally, with dialysis, 80% people can live another 1 year, 64% people can live another 2 years, 33% can live 5 years and 10% can live 10 years. But at the meantime, dialysis will bring you a lot of side-effects, which will heavily affect your lifespan.
If dialysis does not work, kidney transplant will be applied. Kidney transplant will double or even triple the lifespan of dialysis. But it will take a long time to wait for a proper donated kidney.
What treatment is helpful for prolong the lifespan ?
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is strongly recommended. It is a natural therapy without any side-effect. It can solve kidney problem more completely by repairing the damaged kidney cells, restoring the original kidney structure and improving kidney function. As a result, GFR is also enhanced. You can live much longer than you can imagine with this therapy.
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