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Why Kidney Disease Patients Have Elevated Creatinine Level

2014-08-14 03:38

Why Kidney Disease Patients Have Elevated Creatinine LevelOnce you are diagnosed with high creatinine level, you usually think you may suffer from kidney disease. If creatinine level is persistent to go up, it will lead to uremia. Well then, why kidney disease can cause elevated creatinine level? Creatinine is an important indicator of measuring kidney function. Generally speaking, kidneys have powerful compensatory ability. That is to say, symptoms do not occur until kidneys have been damaged to some extent. When Glomerular Filtration Rate declines to 50%, serum creatinine begins to go up. In view of this, kidney disease patients will experience high creatinine level.

What are the causes of high creatinine level?

1. Kidney disease patients take medications that have damages on kidneys. High creatinine level can occur and even can not be reversible.

2. Due to relapse of kidney disease, patients experience oliguria and even anuria as well as acute kidney dysfunction. Elevated creatinine level in this condition occurs.

3. Kidney dysfunction patients with infection, cold, urinary tract infection, intenstinal infection and pneumonia may have high creatinine level in a short time.

4. Dehydration caused by fever, sweating, too less water intake and polyuria stage results in blood concentration and decreased blood flow. Thus, high creatinine level occurs.

5. High blood pressure is not under control very well. Medium and massive proteinuria for a long time is another reason of high creatinine level.

As we mentioned above, once high creatinine level occurs, at least 50% of your kidney function have been damaged, and it is very dangerous. You should take timely treatment to lower your creatinine level. We recommend Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy to repair your damaged kidneys and improve kidney function. After your kidney function is improved, your high creatinine level will be lowered naturally and effectively. For the detailed process of osmosis therapy, you can consult our online experts or leave us a message below.

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