What Creatinine Level Requires Dialysis
Many kidney disease patients want to know the answer to such a question: what creatinine level requires dialysis. Well, we have to say it is a wrong question, so there is no an answer.
You may feel puzzled, now let’s see why we say like this. In the clinical, you may find that a patient with creatinine level 2.7 has been on dialysis, also you may notice that some patients with creatinine level 10 still have not begun dialysis yet. Well, that is to say there is no a direct relation between creatinine level and dialysis treatment. It seems that higher the creatinine level is, patients are more likely to take dialysis. But there is no a certain number to what creatinine level requires dialysis.
Chinese experts say compared with ‘what creatinine level requires dialysis’, ‘when should I begin dialysis’ is a better question. That whether dialysis is needed is associated with many factors, only a creatinine level is not enough to decide it. If you want to know what situations indicate the urgent dialysis, you are welcomed to send us more about your condition to email@example.com, our experts will send you the related information and help you see whether you need the urgent dialysis or not.
After talking about ‘what creatinine level requires dialysis’, now let’s see how to avoid dialysis effectively. The continue loss of kidney function provides a chance for dialysis treatment, so the best way to avoid dialysis is to help kidney disease patients repair kidney damage and recover kidney function. Nowadays, such kind of treatment has already come into being and it will benefit more and more kidney disease patients.
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