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How to Change High Creatinine Level in Diabetic Nephropathy

Provided by Expert Yang Hongtao on : 2014-12-11 14:40

How to Change High Creatinine Level in Diabetic NephropathyDiabetic Nephropathy is a secondary disease caused by diabetes. Long-term high blood diabetes damages patient’s glomerular filtration system, reducing the GFR and leading to many problems. Most of diabetes patients are diagnosed with renal injury by their high level of creatinine. So many Diabetic Nephropathy patients want to know more tips to change their condition. But is it means feasible that they can take some steps to reduce the creatinine? Does it means that your kidney can work well if your creatinine is reduced?

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1. Healthy Diet

Commonly, most of patients concern this problem and want to take a healthy diet to reduce their creatinine level. Really, keeping a low intake of salt, water, fat diet and proper intake of high quality protein can avoid the worsening of renal damage and delay the renal lesions. But the problem is that it can not improve your creatinine level.

2. Dialysis

As a kind of alternative therapy, dialysis can help remove the excess creatinine in blood, reducing the creatinine level, which does not mean that patient’s kidneys can work well.

3. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy

Compared with dialysis, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy aims at protecting patient’s remaining health and improving renal function as far as possible. Through promoting the renal repair, high creatinine level will be controlled and reduced fundamentally.

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