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Treatment for FSGS Patients with Creatinine 4.8

Treatment for FSGS Patients with Creatinine 4.8What is the treatment for FSGS patients when their creatinine raise to 4.8? Dialysis is very effective in clearing substances with small molecular weight like creatinine and urea nitrogen, so dialysis is a must when creatinine level becomes very high. However, as doing dialysis is torturous and it is extremely hard to get off dialysis once start, many patients refuse to do dialysis. For this reason, an effective treatment is urgently needed for patients, especially for patients to high creatinine level, to keep their serum creatinine level in a low range. Well, what is the treatment for FSGS patients with creatinine 4.8?

Creatinine is a waste that needs to be excreted through kidney. When kidney function is impaired severely due to FSGS, creatinine build up in the blood and creatinine level becomes higher. Therefore, the best treatment to reduce creatinine 4.8 is to strengthen kidney and improve kidney function.

Kidney is composed of millions of nephron which include glomerulus, renal tubule, renal capsule. When any part of these kidney tissues is damaged, kidney function is affected. In early stage of FSGS, glomeruli are injured and fail to function properly. Glomeruli play the role of filtering blood and keeping nutrition in the body. Damaged glomeruli can not function properly, and as a consequence, wastes accumulate in the blood and nutrition like protein leak into urine. With the deterioration of illness, more and more glomeruli are injured too. Under such a condition, not only creatinine level becomes higher and higher, all the symptoms becomes more seriously as well.

Since damaged glomeruli is directly linked with impairment of kidney function, repairing to glomeruli is very important. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a TCM-based treatment for damaged glomeruli. In this treatment, different Chinese herbs are used together to activate glomerular epithelial cell and glomerular endothelial cell, so as to help to increase their self-curative ability. In this way, some injured glomeruli can get recovery finally. We know in cases of FSGS, creatinine level increases to as high as 4.8, because glomeruli fail to function properly. Therefore, when injured glomeruli are repaired successfully, creatinine level decreases naturally.

Hope the above information is helpful for you. If you have any other questions on kidney disease or want to get more personalized and professional treatment suggestions, please leave a message below.







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