Creatinine 476 Can be Reduced Without DialysisThis article was provided by doctor zhengfalei 2017-05-12 11:03
If one’s creatinine goes up to 476umol/L, it means the patient is in the stage 4 kidney disease which is also called kidney failure. In general, most doctors will recommend the patient doing dialysis. But, do you know there are other treatments instead of dialysis to help the patients with high creatinine level?
Creatinine is considered as the main index of renal function, so that, when the creatinine reaches up to 476umol/L, the kidney is injured badly. That is to say, the kidney can not hold its function to remove the poisons, produce urine, keep the constancy of internal environment by adjusting the electrolyte balance, etc. So that, the patients with creatinine 476umol/L will have many symptoms due to the damaged kidney. Therefore, what is the alternative treatment to dialysis helping the patients with creatinine 476umol/L.
Toxin-Removing Therapy is aimed at cleaning up all the toxins throughout the whole body and offering a rewarding setting for the kidney to recover. When there is no harmful things in the body, the creatinine 476umol/L will be diminished.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy makes use of the specific herbs from nature to help the patients repair the damaged renal cells by strengthening the renal self-recovery ability and stimulating the activity of the renal cell with less adverse reactions. It is a better option for the patients to remit creatinine 476umol/L.
What is more, other treatments such as Medical Therapy, Edema Therapy, Immunotherapy, Moxibustion and so on will be used the take a better effect on treating the patients.
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