According to the clinical stage of CKD, High Creatinine Level 5.4 is in stage 4 CKD, Renal Failure stage. It is extremely dangerous for patients. Without timely and effective therapies, they may be asked Kidney Dialysis even Kidney Transplant. Is dialysis needed in this case?
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Is kidney dialysis needed with high creatinine level 5.4?
The reference value of creatinine level is different from hospital, but it is mainly at the range of 0.5 – 1.3mg/dl. That means creatinine level 5.4 is greatly higher than normal level. And in some western countries, once the creatinine level is up to 5, the doctor may suggest patients take dialysis.
To be honest, only high creatinine level can not mean dialysis, severe symptoms, low GFR and other factors also will be considered. Therefore, in this case, the key of treatment should repair the damaged kidney and improve renal function to discharge extra creatine, high creatinine level 5.4 will be lowered naturally.
But for Renal Failure patients caused by Diabetes, they usually take dialysis earlier than kidney failure patients caused other kidney diseases because diabetes has serious complications.
Is there effective therapy to repair kidney lesion?
Of course. In China, we adopt TCM treatments to repair kidney lesion and improve renal function effectively. Toxin-Removing Treatment is an innovative therapy based on Chinese medicines, which has been applied widely to dilate blood vessels, speed up the blood circulation to eliminate wastes and toxins in the blood, prevent inflammation and coagulation as well provide enough nutrients and oxygen to kidney.
All in all, this systematic therapy contains many therapies like Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. If you want to know more details about lowering high creatinine level no dialysis, please leave a message below or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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