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Is Creatinine 2.46 Dangerous in CKD


2017-09-26 15:27

Is Creatinine 2.46 Dangerous in CKD,Chinese MedicineCreatinine is the byproduct of muscle metabolism. It may be caused by many factors like strenuous exercise, too much meat intake, and kidney damage. Well then, is creatinine 2.46 dangerous in CKD?

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Is creatinine 2.46 dangerous in CKD?

One of the most important functions of our kidneys is filtering wastes and toxins. Creatinine is discharged by the kidneys as a kind of waste. In clinic, the normal range of serum creatinine is 0.5-1.3mg/dl, each lab or hospital may take different standards. For creatinine 2.46, it is much higher than the normal level, and you need to be concerned about it.

Elevated creatinine level means your kidneys are damaged to fail to excrete it adequately. As our kidney has strong compensatory ability, creatinine level won’t elevate until more than half of the kidney function has lost.

How to decrease creatinine 2.46 effectively?

The level of creatinine 2.46 is in stage 3 CKD which has chance to be reversed with timely and proper treatments and management.

1. Control salt and protein intake.

High sodium is likely to cause high blood pressure and swelling which can in turn cause kidney damage. Besides, large amount of protein intake will produce many wastes which will increase the burden of kidneys.

Control salt and protein intake is very important and necessary.

2. Repair the kidney damage and improve renal function.

The underlying cause of elevation of creatinine level is the damaged kidney tissues and cells. Traditional Chinese Medicine treatments like Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Foot Bath Therapy, Acupuncture Therapy, Moxibustion Therapy can help patients achieve the goals to decrease elevated creatinine 2.46 naturally.

If you want to know more details about the above treatments for decreasing creatinine, you can leave a message below or email medical reports and phone number to us. We will reply you as soon as possible. Best wishes!

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