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Is there Any Medicine to Reduce High Creatinine Level

2016-11-08 16:58

In clinic, there are mainly two types of medicines to lower high creatinine level: western medications and herbal medications. In the following are some details about those medicines, let us have a look together.

1. Western medicines

Diuretics: These medicines work by increasing kidney output so as to remove more waste products and toxins from the body. However, regular use of diuretics in long time may in turn cause the increase of creatinine level, so correct dosage is very important.

Ketosteril: It can help not only lower high creatinine level but also slow down the progression of chronic kidney disease.

Calcium channel blocker: This is one common anti-hypertensive agent that can also help lower high creatinine level by expanding blood vessels and increasing the blood flow through kidneys.

There are many other types of western medications to deal with high creatinine level. As for which one is suitable for you, it should depend on your illness condition. Therefore, you can describe your illness condition to online doctor, so they can help you find a correct medication.

2. Herbal medicines

Chinese herbs can be taken as either medicine or tea. Dandelion root, nettle leaf, Chinese rhubarb, corn silk, astragalus membranaceus, etc, are used commonly in clinic, but these medicines may work a little slowly. In view of this, many kidney experts work together and create Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. With the help of two osmotic devices, shattered Chinese herbs can permeate into the body quickly and play their effects of anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, expanding blood vessels and improving kidney function.

If you want to know more about this treatment for kidney disease or want to reduce the high creatinine level, you can send email to us, we will try our best to help you.

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