Reduce Creatinine 2.2 for Kidney Transplant Patients

For kidney disease patients who received kidney transplant before, once creatinine level increases again, what kinds of choices should they make? Here we will talk about how to reduce creatinine 2.2 for kidney transplant.

Generally speaking, when kidney transplant patients find that their blood pressure and creatinine level increase, it means the new kidney has been damaged. And creatinine 2.2 tells the moderate reduction in renal function, and the condition has already been in stage 3 chronic kidney disease. If the proper treatment can be used this time, the second dialysis or kidney transplant will be effectively avoided. Otherwise, patients have to go back to dialysis again or wait for another transplant, we do believe that is not what patients want.

The proper treatment should not focus on reducing creatinine 2.2 this time. If kidney disease patients want to successfully avoid dialysis and kidney transplant, to save the damaged kidney is the key.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and other types of Chinese therapies are used in the clinic to help repair kidney damage and recover renal function through anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, degradation, improving blood circulation, removing immune complexes and blood stasis out of body, expanding blood vessels, offering kidneys nutrients and promoting DNA replication of damaged kidney inherent cells. During the treatment, creatinine 2.2 will naturally be reduced with the recovery of renal function. While the most important thing is that the second kidney transplant will be avoided.

Here we have not told you the details about Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and other Chinese therapies, just want you to know there still have other treatment options. If you have interest, welcome to contact us.

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