Creatinine 745umol/l with kidney disease: What Does it Mean

For kidney disease patients, creatinine 745umol/l is a dangerous sign, so, what does it mean with creatinine 745 in kidney disease?

Generally speaking, the normal level of creatinine is less than 132umol/l. When creatinine level increases to 745, the renal damage has became very severe, in this case, nearly all the renal function has lost, in order to maintain the life, dialysis is strongly recommended.

However, as we all know, dialysis is just an emergency method, it really can reduce increased creatinine level. But long-term dialysis is not a good choice, it may make kidneys can not carry out its function anymore. Mostly, dialysis not only can bring great pain to patients, but also the cost is expensive, not all patients can afford. Well, is there an alternative method to decrease high creatinine level?

In Peking Tung Shin Tang Chinese Medical Hospital, according to abundant treatment practices and clinical study of 20 years, we have invented a characterized therapy Blood Purification. Compared to dialysis, it not only can discharge micro-molecule substances, but also some middle-molecule toxin or even macro-molecule toxin can be removed from the body. Mostly, it can not cause any side effects to the body, in this case, creatinine 745 can be reduced effectively. Any interest to learn more details of the therapy, you can email to, we will reply you as soon as possible.

In addition, patients should have a healthy diet. Even though a correct diet can not decrease increased creatinine level, it can help to delay the progression of renal injury. Some foods that can increase creatinine level includes: rich protein foods, animal inner organs, butter, red meats, white bread, sweets, dairy, white flour, caffeine-containing drinks, beer, wine and so on.

What does it mean with creatinine 745 in kidney disease? Any questions? You can leave a message below. Good luck!


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