Creatinine is metabolism wastes of muscle which are supposed to be excreted by the kidneys. When people are attacked by Diabetic Nephropathy, their creatinine would be higher than normal due to the low GFR. High toxins retention not only cause damage to other tissues, but also accumulate the kidney fibrosis. Now we will introduce patients the proper treatment to lower creatinine level in Diabetic Nephropathy.
1. Dialysis. For diabetic nephropathy patients, due to the complicated physical condition, they would take dialysis earlier than other kinds of kidney disease patients. Dialysis is the replacement of kidneys, it can help to excrete wastes, balance water-electrolyte and supporting nutrition to human body, it is the common treatment for lowering creatinine. However, dialysis fail to reverse the kidney functions, so patients must depend dialysis always.
2. Traditional Chinese Treatment. Our therapies are Chinese herbal medicine-majored, they can work on expending blood vessels, promoting blood circulation and cleaning toxins in blood. with the healthy and smooth blood, symptoms can be remitted and kidney function also can be reversed. All in all, it can help patients lower creatinine level and improve kidney function at the same time.
3. Stem cells. The processed stem cells are rejected into body though veins, the cells can repair the injured renal and pancreas cells, restore the kidney and pancreas structure and recover the kidney and pancreas functions with its functions of self-renewal and differentiation. Patients can see effect after 3-6 month after the treatment. Only when the kidney function are reversed, creatinine level can be lowered from root.
In addition, stem cells are can be used in treating diabetes.
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