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This patient has Edema of both lower extremities intermittently for 15 years, and creatinine level elevates for five years. To control the progress of Renal Failure and High Creatinine Level, she chose come to our hospital.
Name: NAHER KAMRUN
Disease Description: 15 years ago, edema of both lower extremities appeared without predisposing factor. Urine test showed protein 2+, occult blood -. After taking furosemide tablets, edema disappeared. Five years ago, edema appeared again caused by headache. Blood pressure was 150/100mmHg, protein 2+, occult blood 2+, and Creatinine level 293umol/L. Taken captopril tablets and furosemide, headache and edema disappeared. However, nine months ago, Serum Creatinine Level increased to 448umol/L, the local doctor suggested her undergo dialysis, she refused. 11 days ago, due to nausea, vomiting, and fatigue, she had a complete checkup that showed blood pressure was 160/100mmHg, hemoglobin 103g/L, protein 2+, occult blood -, BUN 23.3mmol/L, High Creatinine Level elevated to 654umol/L, urea acid 450umol/L.
Despite taken the corresponding western medicine, the symptoms relieved temporarily, she wants to have a further treatment to improve the illness condition. She came to Shijiazhuang kidney disease hospital.
Test Reports in our hospital: blood pressure 160/100mmHg, BUN 33.6mmol/L, High Creatinine Level 672umol/L, urea acid 479umol/L. She also had pitting edema of both lower extremities.
Diagnosis: Chronic Glomerulonephritis, Chronic Renal Failure, Renal anemia, and metabolic acidosis.
Treatment: First, we suggest her intake low-salt, low-fat, and high quality low-protein diet. Second, supplement calcium, iron and control high blood pressure effectively. What is more, she takes systemic Chinese Medicine Treatments, including Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Foot Bath Therapy, Oral Chinese Medicine Therapy, and Enema Therapy so as to open the blocked meridians and collaterals, promote blood circulation, excrete toxins and wastes out of the body, and provide necessary nutrients and oxygen to damaged kidney. In this way, it can achieve repair damaged kidney tissues and protect residual kidney function from going any further. Maikang Mixture is used to supplement energy and nourish blood.
Through simple 7 days of treatment, her High Creatinine Level reduced to 591 from 672, BUN 32.1, urea acid 401. Meanwhile, her kidney function also is improved effectively, edema relieved and urine volume increased. Hope she can recover soon with the satisfactory result.
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