Creatinine is the waste product of muscle. If should be filtered out by kidneys. The normal creatinine level is 0.5-1.3mg/dl. If the creatinine level is above the normal level, it may indicate kidney disease. Here are the treatments for people with high creatinine level of 6.2.
Creatinine 6.2 is far above the normal level. The kidney function is severely decreased with creatinine 6.2. The root method is to repair the damaged kidney lesions, especially the glomerular membrane basement and improve kidney function. This therapy is designed for this purpose.
This therapy is based on the traditional Chinese medicine. But it has made some breakthroughs---it is externally used with an permeameter. The herbs can be permeated into the kidney lesions with this permeameter.
When the herbal ingredients reach the kidney, it can gradually repair the damaged kidney tissues by dilating the blood vessels, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation and degrading extracellular matrix.
The extra creatinine will be filtered if the glomerular membrane basement is repaired.
Dialysis is commonly applied in clinic to lower high creatinine level. Dialysis is regarded as an artificial kidney, which functions to replace some functions that kidney has lost. It can remove the extra water and waste products and toxins that build up in the blood. But dialysis is not the long-term plan to lower high creatinine level, because if you stop dialysis, the creatinine level will increase again. Dialysis can be applied in an emergency.
People with high creatinine level should make some diet changes to help lower high creatinine level. Low-salt and low-protein diet should be consumed. Besides, you should supply enough vitamin and calory to keep healthy. You can consult the online doctor for the detailed diet for you because the diet varies from people to people with different illness conditions.
High creatinine level of 6.2 requires immediate treatment. If you are interested in the treatments above, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for a reply!
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