Medications for Reducing High Creatinine and Urea in Kidney Disease2016-09-28 15:03
In general, when kidneys are damaged severely or patients have less than 50% kidney function, both creatinine and urea cannot be excreted normally, so they will build up in blood, which will cause high blood urea and high creatinine levels. Without timely treatment, they may lead to serious damage to the kidneys.
What medications can help lower high creatinine levels and high blood urea levels in kidney disease?
As we know, diabetes is one of the leading causes of kidney disease, and it can also cause high creatinine and high blood urea levels. Therefore, diabetes patients need to take some certain hypoglycemic drugs which can help them regulate their blood sugar and help prevent the further damage to kidneys and prevent the increase of creatinine and urea levels.
2.Blood pressure drugs
High blood pressure is another leading cause of kidney disease, so patients also need to take some drugs which can help lower high blood pressure and help control the blood pressure. The controlled blood pressure can help protect the residual kidney function and reduce creatinine and blood urea levels.
Ketosteril can help lower the high creatinine and high blood urea levels effectively, and it can also help ease the symptoms which are caused by building up of toxins in blood.
Compared with western medicines, Chinese medicines have less side effects and are more effectively, what’s more, they are helpful for repairing the damaged kidney tissues, so with timely treament, the Chinese Medicine can help the patient get a chance to reverse their disease.
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