Creatinine level is a useful indicator of kidney function. With damaged kidney, creatinine level will be elevated. Patients with kidney failure always have high creatinine level. Creatinine 5.8 is higher than the normal level. What can you do with creatinine 5.8 in kidney failure?
Creatinine is the waste product that should be filtered out by kidney and discharge out through urine. But patients with kidney failure has severe kidney damage. Kidney can not work well to filter creatinine. High creatinine level will form with its accumulation in the blood. So one method to lower creatinine level is to discharge it from the blood.
Dialysis is the suitable method to do this job. It is a blood purification technology which functions to discharge the waste product and toxins out of the blood. Extra creatinine will be removed through dialysis. Thus creatinine 5.8 will be lowered. But there is one thing you should know that creatinine level will go up again if you stop dialysis. This is because dialysis is just the replacement method and it cannot improve kidney function. If you want to lower creatinine 5.8 completely, you should seek for other curative treatment.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is just the curative treatment for creatinine 5.8 in kidney failure. It can improve kidney function by dialing blood vessel, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation and degrading extracellular matrix. It not aims at lowering creatinine level but improving kidney function. With the normal kidney function, the excessive creatinine will be discharged and high creatinine level will be lowered naturally.
Micro-Chinese medicine osmotherapy is a natural therapy which applied externally with the help of a osmosis device. It is a safe treatment and with no side effect. It is worth your try.
To lower creatinine 5.8 in kidney failure, besides the above method, you should also manage a proper diet for yourself. Or you can consult me by sending email to email@example.com, I will find the proper treatment and maintenance method according to your own condition.
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