In CKD: What Does Elevated Creatinine Mean
Most patients with CKD(chronic kidney disease) will present high creatinine level, so, what does elevated creatinine mean?
Normally, CKD is a chronic renal damage, that is to say, the disease is progressive. With the time, the disease will become more severe, and kidney function will decline. However, creatinine is a product of muscle metabolism, in normal case, it can be discharged out of the body by kidneys.
Once there is increased creatinine in blood, which means the decline of renal function and kidney injury. If badly controlled, the disease may develop into renal failure, which is one of the most terrible diseases that can threaten patients’ life. Then, what can be done to decrease increased creatinine level?
1. Treat the disease from the root. Most current treatments for elevated creatinine aim at the symptoms and complications, so, once patients have fever, infections, the disease will relapse and creatinine level will elevate again.
However, in China, at Huaxia Kidney Disease Hospital, there is an innovative method called Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It is different from traditional Chinese medicine, it combines herbal medicine and modern western technology and equipment.
By dilating blood vessels, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, degrading extracellular matrix and preventing the formation of thrombus, renal function can be improved from the root. In this way, creatinine level can be decreased gradually. Any interest to learn more details of the therapy? Send to: email@example.com, we will give you more details for free.
2. Daily nurse. Patients with elevated creatinine in CKD should avoid strenuous activities and ensure enough rest and sleep. Because creatinine is the product of muscle activities, so, intense exercises can aggravate high creatinine level.
In addition, patients should avoid high creatinine foods, such as red meats, coffee, tea, animal inner organs, etc. Besides, they should also limit the intake of salt, protein and phosphorus ingredient.
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