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What’s Influence of Dehydration for Kidney Transplant Patients

Provided by Expert Zhang Youkang on 2016-01-04 15:03

What’s Influence of Dehydration for Kidney Transplant PatientsHello, doctor. What’s influence of dehydration, especially for Kidney Transplant patients? Contact ONLINE DOCTOR to get more details quickly and directly for free.

It is no doubt that dehydration lead to creatinine going high. Because people’s activity levels tend not to vary, serum creatinine remain constant in healthy people. The elevated creatinine levels can be caused by many factors, and now let’s see whether can dehydration cause elevated creatinine levels?

Indeed, the transient increases in creatinine can be caused by dehydration. Dehydration generally causes BUN levels to rise more than creatinine levels. This causes a high BUN-to-creatinine ration. While kidney disease or blockage of the flow of urine from your kidney causes both BUN and creatinine levels to rise. So a BUN-to-creatinine ratio can help doctor check for problems, such as dehydration.

Patients with one kidney seem to be particularly susceptible to the effect of dehydration on creatinine. It is very important to rule out dehydration as a possible cause of high creatinine in this population because patients may mistakenly believe that their remaining kidney is failing.

Drinking fluids is usually enough for mild dehydration. It is better to drink small amounts of fluid often, instead of trying to force large amounts of fluid at one time. Electrolyte solutions or freezer pops are very effective. These are available at pharmacies.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy maybe alternative treatment for you.

If your elevated creatinine level is caused by kidney disease, you had better take Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, which is characterized by external application of Chinese Medicine and aims at remedying the renal damages fundamentally. It can control the inflammatory response, relieve hypertension and clean the renal internal environment. Companied with other adjuvant treatments, it can remedy the renal damages, improve renal function and promote renal repair.

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