ESWL for Kidney Stones is Dangerous while Dr. Allen’s Device Clears Kidneys Naturally, Fine Treatment Reports

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Dr. Allen’ Device dissolves any type and size of kidney stones naturally by improving blood circulation in both kidneys. In contrast, extracorporeal shock-wave lithotripsy (ESWL), which is the most frequently used procedure for the elimination of kidney stones, causes side effects and, moreover, leads to a higher incidence of renal calculi recurrence, warns new research, highlights Fine Treatment.

Dissolve kidney stones without problems in the future

People must use the natural Dr. Allen’s device to get rid of kidney stones in the first place and don’t blindly accept ESWL or other risky surgical procedures.

People with kidney stones disease should use Dr. Allen’s therapeutic device to dissolve kidney stones in the first place as it is natural and effective. At the same time, a recent research has found that 10% of patients after ESWL or shock wave therapy need a repeat procedure, moreover, ESWL is responsible for development diabetes and high blood pressure, states Fine Treatment.

According to the article Repeat Stone Treatment More Likely After SWL, in the Renal-and-urology-news, dated May 18, 2014, Kidney stone patients treated with shock wave lithotripsy (SWL) are significantly more likely to have repeat interventions compared with those treated with uretroscopy, researchers reported at the American Urological Association 2014 annual meeting.

Researchers at Duke University reviewed the medical records of nearly 50,000 patients who went to the emergency room because of painful kidney stones. Nearly half the patients underwent shock wave therapy, which breaks up the kidney stones from the outside. It was found one out of ten patients who had shock wave therapy needed a repeat procedure. Researchers say eliminating repeat procedures can have a big impact on medical costs, and benefit the patient.

Professor Ivan G. Aghajanyan, Head of the Department of Urology at The Mikaelyan Institute of Surgery in Yerevan who is conducting clinical studies on the use of Dr. Allen’s Devices by patients with kidney stones disease says, ‘Our clinical studies have shown successful outcomes of treatment with Dr. Allen’s Devices in cases of chronic urological conditions, such as enlarged prostate, chronic prostatitis and kidney stones.’

Regarding side effects of ESWL, the article ‘Blasting of Kidney Stones Has Risks, Study Reports,’ in The New York Times reports, in the study from the Mayo Clinic, patients who underwent the pulverizing procedure, known as lithotripsy, developed diabetes at almost four times the rate of those whose kidney stones were treated by other methods. The lithotripsy group also developed high blood pressure about 50 percent more often than a group treated by other methods.

Thermobalancing therapy enabled by Dr. Allen’s Device dissolves renal calculi in both kidneys by improving blood circulation at the capillary level. Watch an informative video here:

“Dr. Allen’s Device dissolves kidney stones in kidneys without side effects,” says Dr. Simon Allen. “People must use the natural Dr. Allen’s device to get rid of kidney stones in the first place and don’t blindly accept ESWL or other risky surgical procedures.”

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About Dr. Simon Allen and Fine Treatment:
Dr. Simon Allen, MD, PhD, Academician, member of the ATA, is a highly experienced medical professional. He specializes in internal medicine. He has treated a wide range of chronic diseases, including patients after a heart attack, with kidneys problems, including kidney stones disease, prostate and spine conditions, as well as metabolic disorders. Fine Treatment supports global customer outreach, and ensures international availability of Dr. Allen’s Devices for the treatment of chronic prostatitis and BPH, coronary heart disease, for dissolving kidney stones, as well as for easing headaches, dizziness, and relieving lower back pain and sciatica.

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