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How High Creatinine Level Is Before Dialysis

How high creatinine level is before dialysis? Dialysis is usually recommended for patients with high creatinine level. Well then, at what creatinine level, dialysis will be recommended. Follow us to find the answer.

How High Creatinine Level Is Before Dialysis

Generally speaking, dialysis is recommended when creatinine level increases to about 5. But we need to know creatinine only can not determine dialysis. There are many other factors that are required to be taken into account. Different countries, areas, hospitals and different underlying cause of kidney failure have different criteria to have the first dialysis. Patients may need to start dialysis when their creatinine level is above 5 because they can not bear the symptoms and pain. However, if they have no obvious symptoms and they still can bear the discomforts.

For some patients, although their creatinine level is very high, as long as they have no serious complications like hyperlipidemia, severe swelling, acidosis and heart disease, they have no need to begin dialysis.

Dialysis is a life-support method for kidney patients when their kidneys are damaged and fail to work properly. It can help damaged kidneys to remove toxins in blood and protect other body organs. However, dialysis can also cause some side effects like low blood pressure, infection, nausea, vomiting and muscle cramps, etc. What’s worse, the longer you take dialysis, the lower your kidney function will be. Is there an alternative to dialysis? Yes, our hospital-Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital recommends Toxin-Removing Treatment which not only cleanses your blood but also improve your renal function. When your renal function is improved, it is able to avoid dialysis and reduce high creatinine level from the root. Nowadays, this therapy is favored by more and more kidney patients but foreign patients need to come to China for treatment because this therapy is only available in China.

Toxin-Removing Treatment includes a series of Chinese medicine treatments such as Medicated Bath, Foot Bath, Medicinal Soup, Mai Kang Mixture, Moxibustion Therapy and Steaming Therapy, etc. The active ingredients in Chinese medicines can remove toxins from both blood vessels and kidney intrinsic cells. Through cleansing your blood, it can set up a clean internal and external environment for recovering kidney function. After that, Chinese medicines can give a full play to improve renal function through dilating blood vessels, improving blood circulation, preventing inflammation and coagulation, degrading extracellular matrix, removing blood stasis and providing nutrients. Once kidney function is improved, high creatinine level will be reduced naturally. It is possible for you to stop dialysis.

How high creatinine level is before dialysis? There is no exact answer to this question. If you want to learn detailed information, you can leave a message below or email We will reply you as soon as possible.

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