6.6 Creatinine in Diabetic Kidney Disease: Should Dialysis Start2014-07-05 06:58
With diagnosis of 6.6 creatinine in Diabetic Kidney Disease, should patient start dialysis? The current article will explain this question. If you are interested to learn more, please read on or chat with our online doctor now for free and professional advice.
Should patient with 6.6 creatinine in Diabetic Kidney Disease start dialysis?
Precisely speaking, there is not a definite answer to this question, as there is no set creatinine level to start dialysis. It is more determined by one’s glomerular filtration rate. In general, when the GFR level decreases below 15, the therapy is suggested.
Therefore, if you want to get personalized analysis, please Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your test reports or more disease information. Our kidney doctors will analyze it and reply you soon within 24 hours.
Is dialysis the only choice of treatment for 6.6 creatinine in Diabetic Kidney Disease?
Actually, the answer is “NO”, alternative treatment has been developed to help kidney patients prevent dialysis or kidney transplant. Herbal medicine called Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is just such kind of option. (Click Here to learn the detailed introduction)
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a characteristic treatment of Shijiazhuang Hetaiheng Hospital. Herbal medicines are externally used to work to expand the blood vessels, anti-inflammation, prevent coagulation, remove harmful substances out of the body, repair the impaired kidney inherent cells, and restore the renal function. When kidneys work better and better, increased creatinine level will be brought down naturally.
Hence, if you are suffering from 6.6 creatinine in Diabetic Kidney Disease and would like to prevent dialysis, please leave a message in the section below. It’s our pleasure to share helpful advice. Take care please!
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