Why Is It Dangerous for Creatinine Levels To Rise

2017-08-11 17:39

Why Is It Dangerous for Creatinine Levels To RiseCreatinine occurs within our body and when the kidneys fail, creatinine starts to accumulate. Why is it dangerous for their creatinine levels to rise? For more information, you can email tsthospital@hotmail.com.

Urea and creatinine tests are used to control kidney function. If the blood levels of these substances are high, it means that you have a kidney problem. The normal range of urea is 7 to 20mg/dL and creatinine level is 0.5mg/dl to 1.3mg/dl.

Why is creatinine level a measurement for kidney function?

The creatinine is produced by the muscles and eliminated by your kidneys. If your muscle mass has not grown, but your blood creatinine level increases, it is an unmistakable sign that your kidneys are no longer working. You need to pay more attention because your kidneys can not remove toxins from your body and this is serious.

Kidney disease can be reversed if detected at an early stage. Diet and medical treatment are both necessary.

As for diet, kidney patients should follow a strict diet including low salt, low but high quality protein, low potassium and phosphorus.

The medical treatment for elevated creatinine level in kidney disease is to improve renal function. Here our hospital recommends Toxin-Removing Treatment which includes a series of Chinese medicine treatments like Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Foot Bath, Medicated Bath, Moxibustion Therapy and Steaming Therapy, etc. They can clean your blood, repair your injured kidney tissues and improve renal function. In this way, high creatinine level can be reduced from the root.

Elevated creatinine level is a sign of kidney damage so it is dangerous. The above gives you natural and effective Chinese medicine treatments. If you are interested, you can email us. We will reply you as soon as possible.

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