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What Can Patients do for Creatinine 1.9 after Kidney Transplant

Provided by Expert Zhang Youkang on 2016-11-15 10:57

after Kidney Transplant,Reduce Creatinine 1.9,Micro-Chinese Medicine OsmotherapyWhat can patients do for Creatinine 1.9 after Kidney Transplant? The normal creatinine level is 0.5-1.2mg/dl, so we can see that creatinine 1.9 is slightly higher than the normal range. So what can this kind of patients do for that? Call for ONLINE DOCTOR or continue to read about this.

Is Kidney Transplant really can treat kidney disease completely?

Kidney transplant is regarded as the last hope for end stage renal disease patients and it is a relatively ideal and effective treatment for restoring the patients’ renal functions by transplanting a healthy kidney to the patients. A successful transplantation of a healthy kidney can enable patients at least 50% kidney functions which can lower the high creatinine level down to normal level. However, it is very common that patients with transplanted kidney will once again suffer from renal failure and high creatinine will once again become a issue bothering them.

For this kind of condition, patients do really need some tips or effective treatment to help them have a much better life with transplanted kidneys.

1. Have regular intake of medicines under the doctor’s orders.

2. Prevent infections.

3. Have close monitoring of vital indicators of the body such as blood pressure, body temperature, urinary changes including blood in urine, protein in urine, urine volume, etc.

4. Have regular and proper physical exercises.

5. A good mood and optimistic attitude is also very important even when high creatinine once again appear, patients and families should not worry that much.

Besides these tips in daily life, that Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can be an effective treatment for patients with high creatinine level after kidney transplant. This kind of treatment will not increase the damage on kidneys, it will protect the transplanted kidneys well and prevent kidney failure happen again.

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