Creatinine 2.8 in Stage 3 CKD: Is Dialysis Required
Creatinine is one of indicators that can be used to measure kidney function. So, in stage 3 CKD with creatinine 2.8, is dialysis required?
In normal case, the creatinine level for man is 0.6-1.2mg/dl and 0.5-1.1mg/dl for woman. So, in stage 3 CKD, creatinine level 2.8 is higher than the normal level. Generally speaking, dialysis is not required for creatinine 2.8, because when creatine level increases to 6, patients are suggested to do dialysis.
However, the illness condition varies from person to person, so, whether you should do dialysis is decided by your own condition, you can send your test report to email@example.com, we will give you a clear answer according to your own condition.
In addition, patients should not lose hope with the life, because there are still some effective methods to reverse your illness condition. In Huaxia Kidney Disease Hospital, creatinine 2.8 in stage 3 CKD is not so serious, in this case, there is still relict renal function for patients. In our hospital, we can promise, as long as you still have kidney function, we can decrease increased creatinine level and avoid dialysis. Then, how do we treat your disease?
Hot Compress Therapy is an innovative method that combines traditional Chinese medicine and western medicine. The method is used externally, with the help of osmosis device, the effective medicine can be penetrated into Shenshu acupoints directly. So, it can avoid the side effects of oral medicine and the pain from surgery. Mostly, it can improve renal function through improving the blood circulation of the whole body, repairing injured kidney tissues and cells, preventing the progression of renal fibrosis. As long as renal function is enhanced, creatine 2.8 can be lowered, and stage 3 CKD can be reversed, thereby, patients can avoid dialysis.
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