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How to Treat High Creatinine Level in Nephrotic Syndrome

How to Treat High Creatinine Level in Nephrotic SyndromePatients with Nephrotic Syndrome always have high creatinine level, because kidney function decreases, leading to much creatinine deposition in body. Nephrotic Syndrome means that a kind of disorder which is featured with proteinuria, edema, and hypoalbuminemia. Then how to treat high creatinine level in Nephrotic Syndrome? Now please see the below:

In clinic, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is used to treat high creatinine level in Nephrotic Syndrome. Three steps in it can achieve this result.

1. Prevent inflammatory reaction.

At this stage, it can expand kidney arteries, and clear microcirculation disturbance from body, so anoxia and anemia are improved. Moreover, it can inhibit inflammation from occurring and recover autonomic function in intrinsic cells of kidney, stopping further damage..

After this treatment, the following can be achieved:

- decline of proteinuria

- blood in the urine declines

- there is no swelling

- blood pressure get alleviated

2. Repair tissues in kidney.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy does the best to remove Inflammatory mediators and renal toxic things from body. In addition, It can make vascular spasm and stenosis improved, keeping activity in blood vessels balanced. Consequently, blood vessels are dilated and microcirculatory disturbance is alleviated.

After this treatment

- acid-base is kept balanced.

- creatinine and BUN is under decline.

- there is no nausea and vomiting.

- high blood pressure is improved.

3. Recover kidney function.

In the end, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy will fully restore damaged kidney. Muscle fibroblast apoptosis and immune complex will be cleared away. Kidney damage will be restored. Then, kidney function will revive little by little.

After these three treatment

- urine gets to normal.

- electrolyte disturbance and hyperuricemia are alleviated.

- congestive heart failure gets treated.

- viscera failure is alleviated.

From the above treatment, patients with Nephrotic Syndrome can get the aim at recovering kidney function, so kidney can remove wastes including creatinine from body, leading to low creatinine level.

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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