What Do Creatinine 3.6 and GFR 45 Mean in CKD
For CKD patients with creatinine 3.6 and GFR 45, we usually diagnose them as the stage 3 CKD patients. The kidney function of them are around 25% of the normal. What deserved to rejoice is patients in that period still have a great possibility to reverse their kidney function, leaving a normal life like common people and keeping away from dialysis and kidney transplant. Then what can CKD patients with creatinine 3.6 and GFR 45 do to prevent the renal failure and live a healthy life?
1. prevention in daily life:
A good prevention is better than the late treatment, so stage 3 CKD patients should form a healthy lifestyle.In aspect of eating, patients should keep a low salt, low protein, low fat diet, avoiding the unhealthy foods. And controlling the symptoms such as high blood pressure, high blood sugar, edema, protein urine and so on also plays an important role in preventing the further kidney damage. As for their daily habits, they had better quit smoking, drinking and overnight such kinds of bad habits.
2. Timely treatment:
For Stage 3 CKD patients, the most important thing for them is the effective and timely treatment which can bring them the normal life again.
And whether you have heard of the Traditional Chinese Medicine for CKD patients? It broken the fact that CKD patients can do not to reverse their kidney function and they only can prolong their life through dialysis or kidney transplant. The treatment is Chinese herbs-majored, through a series of therapies such as hot compress, steaming, medical bath, oral administration, foot bath and so on, the active substances in medicine can enter into human body, working on cleaning toxins, stopping kidney damage and improving kidney function.
All in all, combing with the healthy lifestyle, our Traditional Chinese Medicine can help CKD patients increase the GFR 45 and lower creatinine 3.6. And if you are interested in our treatment or want to know more about CKD, you can contact our online doctors, leave us messages or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org, we will reply you as soon as possible.
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