Hi, Doctor. Recently my brother has something wrong on his own renal function. His condition is suddenly we come to know that both of his kidneys are functioning only 10%. Our entire family is in shocking condition. He was diagnosed with ESRD and has to take dialysis to maintain his disease condition. Why his disease is so acute?
ESRD (End Stage Renal Disease) is the end stage of CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease) in which many serious symptoms and complications will appear, effecting and damaging patient’s remaining health. For most of CKD patients, creatinine level is an important indicator that can check patient’s renal function. Contact ONLINE DOCTOR to get more details about this or other useful information quickly and directly for free.
It is commonly not an optimistic level when patients feel uncomfortable or are diagnosed with renal injury. Owing to the chronicity and complexity of CKD, there are no obvious symptoms and complications that can remind patients of their renal damage timely, which encourages the exacerbation of renal function.
Creatinine can really be used to check the renal function in clinic. However, it is not a sensitive indicator. It is closely related to patient’s GFR (Glomerular Filtration Rate). When patient’s GFR drops into normal 1/3, patient’s disease condition is not optimistic. In its early stage, there are no obvious symptoms and complications that can remind patients of their renal damage. Once patients are diagnosed with high creatinine or feel uncomfortable or go to see a doctor, their disease condition is not well.
So many CKD patients are diagnosed with an acute high creatinine when they are not feeling well. It is necessary for them to take timely and effective treatments to prevent the renal injury and reduce creatinine level.
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