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2015年1月12日星期一

Dangers of High Creatinine Levels

Long time high creatinine levels will cause dangers. High serum creatinine means that the renal glomerular filtration rate and the function of discharging toxins decrease. The renal function is damaged and patients with chronic kidney disease begin to come into renal failure stage. The normal range of serum creatinine is 40 to 120 umol/l. If high serum creatinine can not be treated well, many harm will come into being. (How to Reduce High Creatinine Level in Blood)
Disorder of sodium metabolism
High serum creatinine can lead to hyponatremia or hypernatremia.
Disorder of potassium metabolism
High creatinine can also lead to hyperkalemia or Hypokalaemia.
Disorder of water metabolism
It includes increased urine, especially increased urine at night, thirst, fatigue, weakness, or edema in the whole body, increased blood pressure (High Blood Pressure and Kidney Disease), swelling in lung, heart failure and so on.
renal osteodystrophy
patients usually have ostalgia and myasthenia. Ostalgia usually spreads into the whole body, which is mainly on lower body. The abnormal bone can lead to low in figure.
Metabolic acidosis
In this case, chronic kidney disease patients with high creatinine can also lead to deep breath, poor appetite, vomiting, fatigue, headache, and even coma.
Damage in blood Immunotherapy High Creatinine Levels
Damage in blood Immunotherapy can lead to renal anemia, and so on.
How to control and treat high creatinine?
The damage of kidney costs a long time, which tells us the treatment is not a short period as well. firstly, we should make use of natural treatment to improve the inner environment, which can supply a good condition for the repairing of damaged intrinsic cells, thus helping reviving renal function and decreasing renal function.

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