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Creatinine level is used to evaluate the kidney function in clinic. The creatinine level will increase with progressive loss of kidney function. Then how high can creatinine level be with kidney failure?
Creatinine level is the metabolic waste of muscles. At normal circumstance, the creatinine will be filtered out by kidneys. But patients with kidney failure have severe kidney damage and only 15% or even less of kidney function remains. The creatinine will build up in kidneys, causing high creatinine level. How high can creatinine level be?
Actually, there is no upper limit of creatinine level. It will continue to increase with the damage of kidney function. You may be asked to do dialysis to lower high creatinine level.
Dialysis is used as an artificial kidney. It can replace some of the lost kidney functions. It can help discharge the waste products and toxins in the blood as well as the extra water. So the creatinine will be removed through the blood. You can receive a good result with dialysis-- the high creatinine level will be lowered. However, there is a detect with dialysis. Creatinine level will go up again once you stop dialysis.
Since dialysis is not the best treatment for high creatinine level, is there a better choice to lower high creatinine level?
Have you ever heard of Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy? It is an innovation based on the traditional Chinese medicine. The core of this therapy is the Chinese herbs, which can repair the damaged glomerulus. Glomerulus is the main part which do the filtration job. Once the glomerulus is repaired, the creatinine will be filtered out and the high creatinine level will be reduced.
Besides, this therapy is a natural therapy with no side-effects. Once the creatinine level is reduced, it is not easy to go up again.
With micro-Chinese medicine osmotherapy, you can control the creatinine level with kidney failure. It is important to keep normal creatinine level to reduce harm to kidneys. For the detailed information, you can contact the online doctor or leave a message below!
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