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Is Dialysis Needed When Serum Creatinine Level is Reached 777

2017-11-18 16:09

Is Dialysis Needed When Serum Creatinine Level is Reached 777Is dialysis needed when serum creatinine level is reached 777? If you have the similar query, please contact Online Doctor for some information directly.

What will happen if the serum creatinine level is 777?

Serum creatinine level 777 refers to a medical condition in which a lot of diseases including swelling, proteinuria, hematuria, back pain, high blood pressure and so on occur among the patients and a large amount of extra water, toxins and wastes have been built up in the body. In this case, if the patients do not take any available therapy, dialysis or transplant will be needed to keep alive immediately or in the near future.

Which function does dialysis take to the patients with serum creatinine 777?

Remove creatinine and other unwanted things from body in some points. Clinically, it is a artificial replacement of the kidney function. And thus, with dialysis, the kidney will be shrunk as its function be less. And finally, the patients can not refuse transplant.

Is there any other treatment to lower the creatinine 777 and make the patients feel better?

Yes, as long as the patients still have residual kidney function, there are opportunities for them to reverse illness condition.

In China, a series of Chinese medicines have been applied in Beijing Tongshantang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine to help the patients with high creatinine level control the discomforts and improve kidney function safely. However, which treatments will be adopted is based on the patients’ correct illness conditions. Besides, if the patients get a wrong treatment plan, their illness condition will be worsened. So that, the patients must take an accurate diagnosis and thus accept the effective treatments to revive.

When the kidney is renovated, the creatinine level will be lowered, and the patients can live a relatively normal life. In this case, dialysis and transplant can be rejected successfully.

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