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Can Creatinine 4.7 Be Reduced or Cured for CKD Patients

2013-09-04 17:57

Can creatinine 4.7 be reduced or cured for CKD patients? Creatinine 4.7 is much higher than the normal value that becomes a big concern for people with Chronic Kidney Disease. If left alone, the build up of creatinine will attack various organs and cause further kidney damage.

What is creatinine 4.7?

Creatinine is produced from creatine during muscle metabolism. About 2% of creatine in the body is converted to creatinine every day. Then, creatinine is transported through the bloodstream and discharged out of the body by kidneys. Healthy kidneys can maintain the blood creatinine in a normal range, so creatinine is used as a fairly reliable indicator of kidney function. Also, elevated creatinine level is a sign of kidney damage.

Generally, creatinine 4.7 means patients’ kidney disease has developed to stage 3 or stage 4. In this stage, dialysis is still too early to begin. This is because in this stage patients still have certain kidney functioning cells, and natural treatment can help reduce creatinine 4.7 largely.

Treatment to lower high creatinine level for CKD patients

First of all, correct diet modifications are able to lower high creatinine in some cases. However, because creatinine 4.7 is so higher than the normal, only depending on diet changes is not enough. At this situation, treatment that can increase kidney filtration rate and reverse kidney damage is needed.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a great breakthrough in treating kidney disease. Firstly, it increases the blood flow to kidneys that can take away more wastes including creatinine. Secondly, this therapy aims at inactivating pathogenic factors, so as to preserve the remaining kidney function and prevent the aggravation of patients’ condition. Finally, some herbal medicines that are proven to be effective on prompting the self-repair of damaged but not necrotic cells are used.

After two or three weeks, patients can find their creatinine level declines obviously, that is to say, patients’ kidney condition is improved largely. (If your creatinine level is 4.7 or higher and you are interested about this Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, you can leave a message or consult our online doctor, so we can find your question and give you answer timely.)

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