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How to Lower Creatinine Level and Blood Pressure After Kidney Transplant

Provided by Expert Zhang Youkang on 2015-02-03 11:27

How to Lower Creatinine Level and Blood Pressure After Kidney TransplantMany people think that after kidney transplant, they can live a normal life. But in fact kidney disease may come back again. And then creatinine level and blood pressure increases, which may in turn cause further damage to the kidney if left alone. How to Lower creatinine level and blood pressure after kidney transplant? Set Maddie for an example.

The basic information about Maddie

Maddie is a 22 year old man from Kazakhstan. When he was 9 years old, he caught glomerulonephritis. After a period of treatment, there was no obvious improvement in proteinuria and hematuria. In the following years, his kidney function continuously declined. But fortunately, he found suitable kidney source and conducted kidney transplant. However, the good time always does not last long. One year later, his creatinine level and blood pressure began to increase again. His Creatinine level went up to 1600 umol/L, and his blood pressure rose to 180/110mmHg. The local doctor only took measures to control his blood pressure and left the creatinine level alone.

The First Treatment

In our hospital, he took regular dialysis, Medicated Bath, Foot Bath and Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and so on. After treatment, there was an obvious improvement in his creatinine level and blood pressure. But when he went home, he did not consolidate his therapeutic effect and just did regular dialysis. And his creatinine level maintained at 450-800.

The return visit

In January 19 this year, he paid a second visit. Before the treatment, his creatinine reached 889 and BUN was 27.7. And he had pale face and poor appetite. Besides, he felt listless and cold. What is worse, he had no urine output.

After a series of treatments such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Enema Therapy, Dialysis, Medicated Bath and Massage, his appetite becomes good and he begins to perspire. There is also an improvement in acidosis. Moreover, his blood pressure lowers to the normal level 120/80 mmHg, and he has urine output again.

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