Should Chronic Kidney Disease Patient with Creatinine 4.3 and Protein Leakage Take Dialysis2014-11-28 14:14
Should Chronic Kidney Disease patient with creatinine 4.3 take dialysis ? Actually, for people with this situation, they need not to take dialysis if their disease condition is not very serious. Next let us see some details about kidney disease and dialysis.
In clinic, after patient’s creatinine level up to 8.0 or the disease enter into End Stage Renal Disease, doctor will recommend dialysis to them. Based on our many years' treatment experience, it is not necessary for people with creatinine 4.3 to start dialysis, if their condition can be stopped from worsening, they will be avoid dialysis. Also, dialysis is the most common treatment for kidney failure but it can not recover renal function or eliminate the middle molecular and micromolecular toxins.
Now one of big problems is lots of protein in urine. Loss of protein in urine can cause Hyperlipidemia, which increase the risk of thrombus significantly. If thrombus forms in kidneys, it can affect the normal blood flow in kidneys. It may cause rapid renal function decline.
So the most important thing is to eliminate those toxins from patient’s body, maintain residual renal function and make the kidneys function better. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can be one of the effective therapies for this situation, if you want to know more details about this therapy, chat with our online doctor directly, they will provide information for free.
If you are the patient with creatinine 4.3 and protein leakage and want to know whether you should take dialysis or not, you can sent email to us with some detailed information, after analyze, we will reply you as soon as possible. All the information we supply is no charge, so do not hesitant to contact us. Our email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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