Both creatinine and urea tests can reveal crucial information about kidney and its function. If you are tested out creatinine 8.3 and urea 166, it is more likely to indicate your kidney disease has developed into end stage. At present, Chinese osmotherapy has been used widely to treat kidney disease. Is it helpful to lower creatinine 8.3 and urea 166?
What is creatinine 8.3 and urea 166?
Creatinine and urea are metabolic wastes produced during the body metabolism. Normally, they enter into the blood and then are discharged out of the body by kidneys. For healthy adults, their serum creatinine level ranges from 0.5 to 1.3 mg/dl, while their blood urea nitrogen is for 9-20mg/dl. In clinic, urea 60mg/dl is one indicator for end stage kidney disease, or uremic.
Generally, the higher levels of creatinine and urea, the less kidney excretion. Creatinine 8.3 and urea 166 may reveal a large part of kidney function has been lost.
What can Chinese osmotherapy do for kidney disease patients?
Chinese osmotherapy, also known as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, is one combination of western medicine and Chinese medicine. Compared with conventional therapies, this therapy focuses on not only reducing high creatinine and urea but also cleansing blood and rebuilding kidney structure.
In most cases, after one or two weeks, patients can find some obvious improvement, including, creatinine and urea decline, enhancing sleep and appetite quality, urine output increase, having more energy, cotton-like material appearing in urine, etc.
Then, after three or four weeks, blood tests can show glomerular filtration rate (GFR) rises, the level of kidney function increases and overall health condition improves. As long as kidney filtration function increases, the effect for lowering high creatinine or BUN level can be maintained persistently.
Besides, a healthy diet and right lifestyle are also needed to control high creatinine and BUN level. To learn more about Chinese osmotherapy or try to develop a healthy diet, you can leave a message to firstname.lastname@example.org. Kidney experts here can give you some suggestions timely.