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What Treatment Is for Chronic Kidney Failure To Lower Creatinine 6

Creatinine level 6mg/dL is higher than normal range. High creatinine level is a dangerous condition and timely treatment is necessary. Well then, what is the treatment for high creatinine level 6 in chronic kidney failure?

What Treatment Is for Chronic Kidney Failure To Lower Creatinine 6High creatinine level and kidney failure

When there is kidney damage or chronic kidney failure, and the kidneys are unable to filter waste efficiently, there will be a rise in creatinine levels in the blood. Once creatinine elevates, it usually indicates at least half of kidney function has been damaged. High creatinine level 6 means kidneys have been severely damaged.

What is the treatment for reducing high creatinine level 6?

A common treatment for high creatinine level 6 is dialysis which is an artificial kidney to help injured kidneys to discharge excess creatinine out. It can lower down high creatinine level quickly but it is not radical. That is, dialysis can not improve your renal function. After a period of dialysis, your creatinine level will elevate again. If you want to lower down your rising creatinine level radically, only dialysis is not enough.

Besides dialysis, the key point for kidney failure is to repair kidney damage and improve renal function. When your renal function is improved, your kidneys can remove excess creatinine out and then high creatinine level 6 will be decreased from the root.

How to repair kidney damage and improve renal function? In China, Chinese medicine treatments can help you achieve this purpose. After many years of clinical experience, our experts create some advanced Chinese medicine therapies such as Medicated Bath, Medicated Foot Bath, Mai Kang Mixture, Medicinal Soup and Moxibustion Therapy, etc. They first cleanse your blood to provide a clean blood environment for recovering your renal function. And then Chinese medicines play its full function to stimulate the self-healing ability of injured kidney tissues and improve renal function gradually through dilating blood vessels, improving blood circulation, preventing inflammation and coagulation, degrading extracellular matrix and providing nutrients. Only when your renal function is improved can high creatinine level 6 be reduced naturally.

What treatment is for kidney failure patients to lower high creatinine level 6? The above has given you Chinese medicine treatments. If you wanna more information, you can leave a message below or send an email to chinakidneytherapy@gmail.com. We will reply you as soon as possible.

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