What If You Get a Thorn in Your Hand
There are many thing in daily life that sound lamentable funny. Here is an example.
A gets a thorn in his hand when he works. Then, B gives him anti-inflammatory medicines to prevent infection. However, what is the result? Unfortunately, things followed this treatment are infection, fester and finally amputation.
It is such a pity that A could have a good life because his problem is so easy to be solved. He could just pull this thorn out.
What if mosquito fly around your ear? Kill them or stuff your ears with cotton?
What if sands go into your shoes? Get them out or walk carefully?
You know the answers, but others still do not be aware and make mistakes.
Gulnar, who comes from Kazakhstan experienced such a thing.
Last November, she got indigestion and slight swelling in lower limbs. Her test report shows serum creatinine 400 umol/L, and in the second day, it reached up to 700 umol/L. Doctors give her no other treatment but dialysis. However, after one-year dialysis, her creatinine level were not reduced but rocketed to 1202 umol/L.
When she admitted in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, her creatinine level was still very high with 641 umol/L. Dr. Zhang told her that her illness is like the thorn, and dialysis is the antibiotic. If the thorn in not put out, no matter how many medicines patient take, it won’t solve the underlying problem.
Dialysis just help you filter parts of toxins in the blood, but cannot repair the damaged renal tissues.
After taking our treatment here for a period, her creatinine level reduced to 324 umol/L before dialysis and 96 umol/L after dialysis.
To sum up, how well patient can be treated is not simply determined by the treatment. Patient’s attitude is also one important factor. I hope no more tragic things like this happen.
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