High Creatinine Level and Lung Edema, How Long Can I Live2017-08-03 16:41
As a rule, high creatinine level usually means the patients also suffer from other symptoms like swelling, protein in urine, weakness, poor appetite and so on. What is worse, the lung edema which caused by the gathered water in the lung will make breath difficulty, even give the risk of life to the patients. While, the patients wonder how long can I live with high creatinine level and lung edema.
For the patients with the high creatinine level and series lung edema, they may not live as long as they expect without any treatment. However, the patients is able to live a long time with dialysis, thought dialysis is not the correct way to the kidney disease patients. If the patients have accepted kidney transplant, they can live a better life with having anti-rejection drugs regularly. Furthermore, the patients can take a natural treatment to eliminate the redundant water and recover the renal function, and thus, they can live as long as they can.
Nevertheless, the patients can not improve the renal function to normal with natural treatment as a result of the necrotic renal cells which can not be saved any more.
In Shijiazhuang Hetaiheng Hospital, the patients with high creatinine level and lung edema will take the Toxin-Removing Therapy firstly for the aim of driving all excess water, toxins and wastes out of body. In clinic, Toxin-Removing Therapy can dispel the lung edema as well as promote the kidney to begin to restore.
Furthermore, other treatments including Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Cupping Glass, Acupuncture, Foot Bath and other Chinese medicine can work better to strengthen the immunity and self-healing power in the environment cleaned up by the Toxin-Removing Therapy.
When the kidney is repaired, the lung edema will fade away, the high creatinine level will reduced, and the patients have a high quality life.
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