Knowing what the kidney numbers in tests mean will help you learn more about your health. If you have Chronic Kidney Disease or Kidney Failure, some of your tests may be outside the normal range. Well then, how can you fix your kidney numbers to normal?
Now, let’s have a look at what are the numbers you should know.
Blood pressure is the force of the blood against the artery (blood vessel) walls as the heart pumps it around the body. When your blood pressure is too high it can damage your artery walls and some of your organs, especially your kidneys. The normal blood pressure is considered to be anything less than 140/90. If you have a illness history of high blood pressure, you should pay attention to your kidney health. So it is important to know that your blood pressure does change and can be different from day to day.
It is the most common test used to measure kidney function. Creatinine is a normal waste product from the breakdown of protein in muscles which is removed from the body by the kidneys. The normal creatinine level is 0.5-1.1mg/dl in females and 0.6-1.2mg/dl in males.
eGFR (estimated glomerular filtration rate)
eGFR is also a reliable indicator to reflect how well your kidneys are working. What’s more, according to GFR, kidney disease is divided into five stages. The normal level of GFR is more than 90ml/min.
Then, how to fix these numbers to be normal?
In Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, China, we do use Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy to repair kidney damage and recover kidney function. Different from western drugs and Traditional Chinese Medicine(TCM), it is an external application of Chinese herbal medicines and has proved that there is no side-effects on the body health. The magical treatment can help expand blood vessels, promote blood circulation, prevent infections, anti-coagulation, and degrade extracellular matrix. In these condition, the internal body environment can be regulated. And meanwhile, it lays a solid foundation for maintaining body health.
In addition, Diet Therapy and healthy lifestyles also essential. If you do want to more tips, please feel free to ask our Online Doctors or leave a message below.