How to treat patients with Creatinine and low potassium levels after kidney transplant? Some patients had high creatinine and low potassium after kidney transplant. Contact ONLINE DOCTOR to get more details quickly and directly for free.
First and foremost, Kidney transplant is suitable for some patients, but not all of kidney diseases patients. This treatment is not a root therapy for them. among the many chemicals commonly found in the serum are potassium and creatinine, both of which act as waste transporters to your kidneys, in addition to fulfilling other vital functions. Measuring potassium and creatinine levels can reveal a lot about people’s current state of health. Then what is going on with low potassium levels and high creatinine?
Clear about creatinine and potassium
Creatinine has a normal range of 0.6 to 1.2mg/dL, females usually have lower creatinine levels. Potassium is an essential mineral that your body uses to ensure proper contraction of the heart and other muscles, for acid-base balance and in protein synthesis.
Low potassium level may cause muscle aches, cramps, abnormal weakness, irregular heartbeats, even dangerous arrhythmia. Patients with high blood pressure and edema being treated with diuretics may develop low potassium levels due to the drug causing fluid loss.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is alternative treatment that is mainly used to treat kidney disease. It is characterized by external application of Chinese Medicine and aims at remedying the renal damages fundamentally. It can control the inflammatory response, relieve hypertension and clean the renal internal environment.
So kidney disorder can be a common cause for low potassium level and high creatinine level. If you had did kidney transplant and then had high creatinine and low potassium, please leave message on below or email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your doubts or add viber/whatsapp +86 13503211882. we are glad to offer you more professional guidance as soon as possible for free.