How to Reduce Creatinine 400 for Patients with Diabetes
Diabetes is the most common cause for kidney failure nowadays. For diabetics, creatinine 400 tells diabetes has already caused the kidney damage, and the condition has already developed stage 3 chronic kidney disease. Then, how to reduce creatinine 400, will dialysis be the only way?
Generally speaking, patients with kidney disease caused by diabetes usually begin dialysis treatment earlier than those whose kidney disease is caused by other illness conditions. We admit that dialysis can help reduce creatinine 400 and any other creatinine levels obviously, but patients should know that any high creatinine levels are caused by kidney damage, and dialysis can do nothing to repair the kidney damage. So, if you are trying your best to avoid dialysis, we will recommend you Chinese therapies.
In our hospital, many types of Chinese therapies including oral Chinese herbal medicine, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, medicated bath, foot bath, etc are commonly used in the clinic. All of them are based on Chinese herbal medicines which come from the nature, so patients do not need to worry about the side effects. They achieve reducing creatinine 400 and any other creatinine levels by making kidneys work again.
They can play special functions western medicines cannot do, such as expanding blood vessels, improving blood circulation, removing immune complexes and blood stasis out of body, offering kidneys nutrients and promoting DNA replication of damaged kidney inherent cells, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation and degradation and so on, these functions are expected to gradually repair kidney damage and improve renal function. There is no doubt that creatinine 400 will naturally come back to normal range, and then dialysis can be effectively avoided
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