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Required Treatments to Stop Creatinine from Increasing

Provided by Expert Yang Hongtao on : 2015-04-19 11:17

Required Treatments to Stop Creatinine from IncreasingPresently my creatinine is 4.85 and Urea is 4.85, Potassium is 6.7. What kind of treatment is required and to stop creatinine high? What diet is I can eat?

For all of CKD patients, to take a creatinine test is common for them to make a more detailed and more accurate diagnosis. Measuring serum creatinine is a simple test, and it is the most commonly used indicator of renal function.

However, a rise in blood creatinine level is observed only with marked damage to functioning nephrons. Therefore, this test is unsuitable for detecting early-stage kidney disease. ONLINE DOCTOR can offer more details directly and quickly for free.

1. Dialysis can control and relieve the high creatinine quickly. Through cleaning the blood, it can keep the creatinine in a relatively stable state, maintain patient’s health and delay the worsening of renal damages.

2. Strict diets are necessary for patients to avoid the increasing of creatinine in blood in daily life. Less intake of water, fat and proper protein is good for patient’s health and renal function.

3. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy offers a new and better therapy for patients to change their current disease condition and improve their living quality. It cleans the polluted blood, creates a better renal internal environment and promotes the renal recovery as far as possible.

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