Can dialysis reduce high creatinine level for kidney failure patients?

Creatinine is a product of muscle metabolism in the body, and is usually produced at a relatively constant rate, which is drained from the blood mainly by kidneys or by glomerular filtration.

When creatinine level is higher than 5.0mg/dl, it may damage other organs and tissues in body. Thus, an effective treatment to lower high creatinine level is needed urgently for patients. Well, can dialysis reduce high creatinine level?

We see dialysis as the renal replacement therapy, which is for treating acute and chronic renal failure. Dialysis is mainly used to replace part of kidney function by clearing extra fluid, toxins and waste products. It may be recommended when patients have 15% kidney function or less clinically. Creatinine can be reduced after dialysis treatment in most cases. However, this therapeutic effect may not be persistent, because dialysis only can replace kidney function temporarily but not improve damaged kidney. So creatinine level will increase again.

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