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What to do when the creatinine still stands at 8.9 after dialysis?

2017-05-14 17:03

What to do when the creatinine still stands at 8.9 after dialysis? One of our visitors wrote us a case: creatinine in his blood rose to 8.9 mg / dl and is now on dialysis. And the question is that after dialysis, creatinine did not go down.

Well, why does not dialysis reduce creatinine in the blood for his condition?

In a clinical treatment, dialysis is a common technique for reducing creatinine and therefore most patients believe that creatinine decreases after dialysis. However, dialysis insufficiency and other factors can conserve creatinine to a high degree.

Why is lack of dialysis can not reduce creatinine in the blood?

As a rule, dialysis, like an artificial kidney, can replace the partial function of the kidneys, that is, it can only remove excess fluid and some toxins from the blood and therefore, with dialysis, many discomforts and symptoms are alleviated, for example, vomiting, nausea, pruritus and others . But insufficient dialysis does almost nothing and after that there are no improvements.

Well, how to reduce high creatinine in the blood without dialysis?

- Follow the diet:

It is necessary in accordance with a specific condition to make a balanced diet plan. The general principles are low protein, low salt, low phosphorus, low potassium.

- Take systemic treatment:

It is necessary and necessary to find alternative dialysis techniques. For this purpose, we recommend our programmatic treatment: Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. Micro-Chinese medicine Osmotherapy is the basis of Chinese medicine and it can expand blood vessels, accelerate blood circulation, repair damaged kidney cells and tissues, restore their functions, improve overall health and strengthen overall health.

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