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ESRD with Creatinine 7: Is There Other Option than Dialysis

2013-12-28 15:53

ESRD with Creatinine 7: Is There Other Option than DialysisESRD refers to end stage renal disease. In this stage, kidneys nearly lose all of their ability to cleanse blood, produce some hormones and maintain electrolyte balance. As a result, many metabolic wastes including creatinine build up in the blood. High creatinine 7 is much higher than the normal level that can indicate kidneys are not working properly. To prevent serious complications, doctors usually recommend dialysis, but no one wants to begin dialysis unless it is a must. For ESRSD patients with creatinine 7, is there any treatment option other than dialysis?

What complications are life-threatening for ESRD patients?

Even though doctors usually don’t recommend dialysis unless patients’ kidney function has be less than 15%, the following complications may urge patients to begin dialysis as soon as possible.

- Metabolic acidosis

- Severe fluid and sodium retention

- Potassium level is higher than 6.5mmol/L

- Serious calcium and phosphorus imbalance

- Creatinine level is above 8.0 mg/dl

Treatment for ESRD patients with creatinine 7

Since their creatinine level is still lower than 8.0mg/dl, some alternative treatments are able to help prolong their life expectancy and avoid dialysis. The combination of the following methods may be helpful.

1. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy: With effects of increasing the blood flow into kidneys and enhancing the self-curative ability of damaged kidney inherent cells, this therapy can still make it possible to reverse damaged but not necrotic kidney cells. When kidney function is improved successfully, patients’ creatinine level will come down naturally.

2. Medicated Bath: The most obvious effect of medicated bath is to improve kidney patients’ immunity, through activating patients’ nerve endings and increasing the amount of immunoglobulin in the blood. Finally, it can activate kidney cells and prompt patients’ immunity, for fighting against any disease.

Both of these two treatments nearly don’t have any side effect, so you can use them trustingly and safely. However, not all patients are candidates to these treatments. If you are interested about them, remember to consult doctor online firstly before using them.

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