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How to Lower High Creatinine Levels in Nephritis


2013-05-02 16:22

Nephritis is a kidney disorder featured with inflammation of filtering units called glomeruli in kidneys.High creatinine levels indicate reduced renal function and serious kidney damage.How to lower high creatinine levels in nephritis?

High creatinine levels and nephritis

Creatinine is the byproduct of creatine in muscle and is normally filtered by kidneys.There is a variety of conditions which can cause inflammation of kidneys such as infection,virus,drug abuse etc.If the inflammation is not suppressed,it will cause progressive renal fibrosis and necrosis of kidney tissues.When kidney tissues are impaired significantly,the kidneys will be unable to remove creatinine and other waste products from body adequately,thus resulting in high creatinine levels.The higher creatinine levels,the worse renal function.

Lower high creatinine levels in nephritis

-A personalized diet is such an important part in lower high creatinine levels in nephritis.The diet should be low in proteins.How much proteins are consumed based on the patients’ weight.

-If the patients with nephritis do not have renal function decline,they should drink more fluids.Increased fluids can increase urine output to raise the excretion of creatinine and other wastes from body.

-Medications may be prescribed to lower high creatinine levels in Nephritis.Detoxification drugs can increase the excretion of wastes from intestinal tract to promote the excretion of wastes from body. Ketosteril is a common drug to lower creatinine which is usually used when renal function reduces less than 25% of normal. (Can Ketosteril Control High Creatinine Level in Kidney Disease? )

-Dialysis is a replacement for nephritis with ESRD.It can take over a partial kidney function to filter blood and remove wastes from body.

The above are common treatments to lower creatinine levels in nephritis. However, they just focus on lowering creatinine, but can not eliminate the underlying causes. As mentioned above, high creatinine levels result from fibrosis and necrosis of kidney tissues.To lower creatinine levels fundamentally,the key treatment goal is to regenerate the impaired kidney structure.If the kidneys can work better, high creatinine levels in nephritis will reduce gradually.You can consult us to know how to achieve this treatment goal.


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