Management for Elevated BUN and Creatinine in Blood2014-03-11 06:21
Q:The recently laboratory tests show my husband suffers from elevated BUN and Creatinine.Doctors say that his conditions is not very good and prescribe some medicines for him.Can you tell me the meaning of elevated BUN and Creatinine in Blood?Why does it happen?and what should we do?This is from our mailbox and our experts give the following answers.
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Kidney is an important organ for our body.It is responsible for filtering blood,moderating blood pressure and forming blood.The deposition of wastes and toxins is related with kidney’s filtration functions.
BUN and Creatinine are two kinds of metabolic wastes and toxins.If both of them are elevated,there must be something wrong with kidney.Although elevated creatinine and BUN can be reduced for a while with help of western medicines,we need to focus on treating kidney damage.Only is kidney damage repaired that we can stop the elevated creatinine and BUN slowly and increasingly.
In order to treat elevated BUN and creatinine,we take measures in the following perspectives:diet perspective and treatment perspective.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is based on Chinese medicines.Chinese Medicines will be processed and put into two bags thus achieving goals of externally application.The activated Chinese Medicines in Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy has function of regulating blood system,removing stasis,adjusting immune system,repairing renal damage and recovering renal functions.Therefore kidney can get lots of nutritions thus improving renal functions.
Having a lower-sodium,lower-protein and lower-creatinine diet so as to relieve heavy burden on kidney.But everybody has its own condition.Click online doctor and help you make a proper diet plan.
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