Can Creatinine 3.8 in Kidney Failure be Reduced2015-09-27 09:48
Can creatinine 3.8 in kidney failure be reduced ? In fact, the high creatinine level can be reduced with proper treatment and fit diet. So as a kidney failure patient who are in this situation, the key point is to find the proper treatment timely. You know the earlier you can get the treatment, the better the curative effect can be achieved.
Can creatinine 3.8 in kidney failure be reduced ?
In clinic, creatinine 3.8 is in stage 3 kidney disease, in which stage the kidneys are damaged moderately rather than seriously. So with timely treatment, those damaged kidney cells can be repaired(the necrosis cells can not be repaired). With those cells repaired, the kidney function can be improved gradually, and the high creatinine level caused by lower kidney function will be lowered too.
What treatment is helpful for kidney failure patient to reduce the high creatinine level ?
As we mentioned above the treatment which can help patient to reduce the high creatinine level should be able to repair the damaged kidneys, and Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy as one of the innovation of traditional Chinese Herb Medicine it is the proper treatment.
You know Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy has four major functions they are anti-inflammation, anti-thrombosis, anti-coagulation and enlarge blood vessels. By those four function, the blood circulation can be improved and the toxins in the blood can be dispelled timely. What’s more, those active ingredients in this treatment can protect the kidneys from further damage and repair the damaged kidneys at the same time. In such as way, the kidney functions can be improved gradually and the high creatinine level can be lowered down.
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