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Where Is the Effective Treatment for Reducing High Creatinine

Provided by Expert Yang Hongtao on : 2015-05-31 14:24

Where is the effective treatment for reducing high creatinine?The kidneys regulate the amount of water and salts that we have in our bodies. They do this by filtering the blood through millions of structures called nephrons. If you have any questions about your own or our therapies, please ask our ONLINE DOCTOR directly for free.

There are famous professional doctors to help you in treating kidney diseases. They will give hands for you through your medical history and reports as soon as possible. The kidneys also pass out certain waste products from the body. Urine is made up of the excess water, salts and waste products passed out by the kidneys down to the bladder. Creatinine is a waste product made by the muscles. Creatinine passes into the bloodstream, and is usually passed out in urine. A high blood level of creatinine indicates that the kidneys may not be working properly. Creatinine is usually a more accurate marker of kidney function than urea.

Where is the effective treatment for reducing high creatinine?

Taking Dialysis can also reduce high creatinine for CKD patients. Maybe it can not cure it completely. We take measures to slow down the deterioration of disease. In the whole course of treatment, we will use our characteristic Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy to relieve patients’ pain. This therapy is based on traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), in which different herbal medicines are used externally to treat kidney disease.

If you have some questions about yourself or our treatment please email to kidney-healthy@hotmail.com or leave message for us. We will reply for you as soon as possible.

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