In clinic, both creatinine and blood urea are often taken as an indicator to reflect how well kidneys are functioning. For creatinine 10.8 and blood urea 300 mean there is something wrong with your kidneys ans you may have Kidney Failure. Then, what should you do to deal with this condition?
To know the answer, you should have a certain understanding of what are creatinine and blood urea.
Creatinine is the metabolic product our normal muscle and normally the extra creatinine will be regarded as the waste product which is filtered out by the healthy kidneys. And blood urea is a waste product formed from the breakdown of protein. Actually, both of them are mainly discharged by the kidneys, once the glomerular filtration rate is less than 50 ml/min/ 1.73m2, creatinine and blood urea will rise rapidly.
What does creatinine 10.8 and BUN 300 mean?
Compared to the normal range of creatinine which is 0.5-1.1 mg/dl for female and 0.6-1.2 mg/dl for male, creatinine 10.8 is much higher. And BUN 300 is also far beyond he normal range. Generally speaking, this condition implies that you have entered into Kidney Failure or ESRD or uremia.
What should you do for creatinine 10.8 and BUN 300?
It is fast and effective treatment to lower high creatinine and BUN level. Dialysis is one kidney replacement therapy that can help remove small molecular substances from the body, while both creatinine and urea belong to small molecular substances. Therefore, patients find their creatinine and urea level reduces decline obviously after dialysis treatment but rise again during dialysis sessions.
It is the latest treatment for kidney disease, which starts treating the blood, not only the kidneys. It uses various techniques to clean the waste products in the blood and offers the necessary substances that our body needs to restore kidney damage and blood circulation. There are three steps of blood pollution therapy, namely: clean blood, supply nutritions to blood and restore blood and kidney functions. Once kidneys can work as they did once, high creatinine and high BUN level will also decrease gradually.
Besides, Diet Therapy also plays an important role in recovering kidney function. If you have no idea about how to deal with your condition, welcome to contact us directly or email us to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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