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What Should You Know about Your Renal Function

Provided by Expert Yang Hongtao on : 2014-12-01 10:29

What Should You Know about Your Renal FunctionOur experts find a generality in many of CKD patients—most of them are not aware of their renal function. They just follow their doctor’s advice and try to prolong their life as far as possible. If they felt worse, kidney dialysis may be used to control and relieve their renal lesions. So what are the indicators that should patients know and pay more attention to? Here the article may can help you learn more about Chronic Kidney Disease, hoping this can help you take better care of yourself and choose a more suitable therapy. ONLINE DOCTOR can offer more details directly and quickly for free.

For most of CKD patients, they are told about their renal damage owing to their reduced GFR (Glomerular Filtration Rate) or abnormal high level of creatinine. Both of two numerical levels are two types of important indicators to check patient’s renal function.

In general, when patient’s kidneys are damaged badly, GFR will be reduced and creatinine will also increase accordingly. Creatinine can reflect the renal parenchyma damage more accurately, but it is not a sensitive indicator. In fact, when patients’ GFR (Glomerular Filtration Rate) drops into normal 1/3, creatinine will be increase obviously. That is to say, once you are diagnosed with high creatinine, your disease condition is not optimistic.

Besides, please pay more attention your blood pressure and take hypotensive drugs regularly to control it in a normal level and avoid more damage.

Take control of your disease and chose a better therapy for yourself. Any problems or doubts about your own or our therapies, please Email to kidney-healthy@hotmail.com or leave message on below, we are glad to offer you more professional guidance quickly for free.

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