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Creatinine is a breakdown product of creatine phosphate in muscle, and is usually produced at a fairly constant rate by the body, so it can be an indicator of kidney function. Usually, we can make a rough diagnosis according to the level of creatinine.

Why Creatinine 9 patients Usually Have Trouble With Incurable Proteinuria

Why creatinine 9 patients usually have trouble with incurable proteinuria? Is it caused by the creatinine 9? How to cure the incurable proteinuria? Here the article will give you some information about...read more

Which Creatinine Level is Required Dialysis

When the patients find out that their creatinine level is elevated, they are afraid of dialysis. And then, they will ask that which creatinine level is required dialysis. In generally, whether the pati...read more

Is There Any Alternative Solution to Creatinine 7.6

Many patients with creatinine 7.6 have already began dialysis. But dialysis can make the patients experience many sufferings. However, is there any alternative solution to creatinine 7.6? In the situat...read more

Can High Creatinine Level Cause Protein in urine

Can high creatinine level cause protein in urine? I think many patients have the doubt as many high creatinine level patients will also have trouble with protein in urine. As a rule, high creatinine le...read more

How Can I Refuse Dialysis with Creatinine 8.1

Hello, doctor. My creatinine level is high to 8.1. How can I refuse dialysis? Dialysis is a replacement of the kidney to filter the blood be a treatment machine. It can lead to itching skin, muscle cra...read more

Is Creatinine 5.6 Dangerous for PKD Patients

Once the creatinine level of the PKD (Polycystic Kidney Disease) patients goes up to 5.6, the renal doctor will suggest the patients going for dialysis, though the dialysis is not the correct way to tr...read more

What Can I Do to Reduce Creatinine 6.3

Creatinine 6.3 means the kidney has been damaged badly so as to the excess water, toxins and wastes can not completely be eliminated from body by the kidney. Hence, the patients will have series of dis...read more

Can Creatinine 5.8 be Reduced Naturally

Creatinine is considered as an index of the renal function in clinic. So the creatinine 5.8 show us that the kidney has been damaged badly and that the patients is in the stage 4 kidney disease which c...read more

Can Creatinine 8.9 be Reduced Without Dialysis

In many countries, when the creatinine reaches up to 8.9, the doctor will suggest the patient doing dialysis. But do you know there are other treatments instead of dialysis? The kidney is the main orga...read more

Creatinine 5.6 Means What for Kidney Disease Patient

The normal level of creatinine for adult males is 0.6-1.2mg/dl, and for females, it is 0.5-1.1ma/dl. Creatinine 5.6 is much higher than the normal levels, which means the kidneys have been damaged very...read more

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