Hypertensive Nephropathy with Kidney Failure Got ReversedThis article was provided by doctor zhengfalei 2017-04-28 18:53
William is 65 years old man from America. He suffered from high blood pressure for 10 years and has positive urine for two years. One year ago, he was diagnosed with elevated serum creatinine. He comes to our hospital for treatment after no obvious effects of his local treatment.
William began to know our hospital from our website Kidney Cares Community. He talked with our doctor via emails and whatsapp. Then he comes to our hospital. To know his condition clearly and exactly, William takes our unique diagnosis and the reports shown he has primary hypertension III, hypertensive nephropathy, chronic kidney failure, coronary heart disease and hyperlipidemia. His serum creatinine level is 216umol/L. Uric acid is 442mmol/L, potassium level is 3.47mmol/L and his heart rate is only 49times/m.
After nearly two weeks of treatment, William sees obvious therapeutic effects. From his test reports, we can know his serum creatinine level is reduced to 160umol/L, uric acid is reduced to 244mmol/L from 442mmol/L and potassium level is also reduced to the normal reference from 3.47mmol/L.
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