What is Life Expectancy of Person With Creatinine 390 and GFR 10
We can not live without kidney, an important organ in the body. On the one hand, the patients with GFR 10% can keep live with dialysis and transplant since the kidneys have lost its function of keeping the normal life. While, what is life expectancy of person with creatinine 390 and GFR 10?
Generally speaking, creatinine level is a indicator of how well the kidneys are provided the kidney are damaged more than 50%. For the patients whose kidneys are badly damaged to 10%, they experience much discomforts, like nausea, vomiting, itching skin, weakness, tiredness, poor appetite, anemia, etc.
In this situation, the patients can only live 2 - 4 weeks proved they stopped dialysis. Besides, if the patients can get a matching kidney to done operation, the life span can be improved. You know, it is hard to get the suitable kidney and there are dangers in transplant. Besides, once the creatinine level goes up again, which options should we do?
For the patients with GFR 10%, there are possibilities to increase kidney function. With the improvement of kidney function, the frequencies of dialysis is reduced. Also, it is good to elevate the life expectancy. What is more, if the GFR is exceeded 15%, dialysis can be stopped.
Beijing Tongshantang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy created Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Steaming Therapy, Acupuncture, Hot Compress Therapy, Moxibustion and other inventions of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) to repair diseased kidneys, protect the healthy renal tissues and cells, dispel the symptoms and clean up internal environment naturally. Once the kidneys are restored, the patients can live a better life.
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