Is Kidney Failure Due To Genetic Factors Can Be Cured?
, I want to ask whether patients with genetic kidney failure can be cured?
Hello Akbar, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
A kidney failure in general can only occur if there is interference with one or more of the kidney structures that support the kidney to function properly.
A person's genetic defect can indeed cause a disruption in the function or structure of certain organs, and of course it can also occur in kidney organ disorders and can result in the emergence of a kidney failure.
A kidney that has experienced fungal failure, especially chronic failure (for a long time) in general, will not recover, and its function will decrease faster if it is not treated to help slow the decline, regardless of the main cause whether due to a genetic disorder or because of other diseases.
The current recommended treatment for patients with kidney failure is the use of drugs, dialysis (hemodialysis) or kidney transplant. It should also be understood that drugs and dialysis are not to repair kidney damage, but to prevent deterioration and also replace some of the kidney function that is no longer able to work.
I hope this helps.