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Is Creatinine of 400 after Kidney Transplant Considered Dangerous

2014-08-14 01:05

Is Creatinine of 400 after Kidney Transplant Considered DangerousIs creatinine of 400 after kidney transplant considered dangerous? In response to this query, we provide analysis as below. Hope it really helps people who have similar doubt. Want to get personalized advice? Chat with our online doctor now for free and professional help.

Creatinine of 400 after kidney transplant is much higher than normal range. This indicates dysfunction of the transplanted kidney. As kidney damage aggravates, transplanted kidney failure may eventually occur. If this happens, dialysis or a second transplant is needed to maintain life.

Therefore, in order to prevent the failure of transplanted kidney, individual with creatinine of 400 after transplantation is suggested to adopt effective treatment as early as possible in order to lower the elevated creatinine level and raise the overall renal function.

At present, the most advanced treatment with the above curative effects is herbal remedy known as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. (Click Here to watch the video introduction) 

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a characteristic treatment of shijiazhuang kidney disease hospital. It is invented by our hospital experts team after more than 20 years’ research and clinical practices. Depending on individualized disease condition, suitable herbal medicines are selected and micronized into tiny granules. With the help of modern penetrant and osmosis devices, active ingredients can arrive at renal lesion directly.

After getting to the kidney lesion, herbal medicine ingredients will take effect to protect the remaining kidney function, remove blood stasis, repair the damaged renal function, and greatly raise the kidney capacity.

To what extent can your condition of high creatinine after kidney transplant improve by Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy? Feel free to Email us at kidney-support@hotmail.com to get free evaluation from our experts. We will try our best to share helpful suggestions. Take care please!

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