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What Does A Level of 3.5 Creatinine Indicate for Nephrotic Syndrome

2017-12-11 16:38

What Does A Level of 3.5 Creatinine Indicate for Nephrotic SyndromeWhat does a level of 3.5 creatinine indicate for nephrotic syndrome?” If you also have high creatinine or nephrotic syndrome, here the article will give some helpful information.

Brief introduction to creatinine 3.5mg/dl and nephrotic syndrome.

Nephrotic syndrome, which can be caused by various reasons, is a nonspecific kidney disorder and it is featured with a number of signs of disease: proteinuria, hypoalbuminemia, hyperlipidemia and edema. It is characterized by an increase in permeability of the capillary walls of the glomerulus. If the patients can not maintain the illness condition, the creatinine level will go up to 3.5 gradually as the kidney is damaged too much to finish its own functions. That is to say, creatinine 3.5 indicates the kidneys are injured badly, that various toxins are gathered in the body and that active treatment is needed.

Remedies to high creatinine level at 3.5mg/dl for nephrotic syndrome patients.

Steroid is the first choice to treat nephrotic syndrome in clinic. But with the acceptance of steroids, some symptoms can be managed, but the kidney damage can not be cured at all. On the side, steroid can lead to moon face, weight gain, memory problem and other adverse effects. So that, it is not a best way for nephrotic syndrome patents.

Dialysis, a traditional treatment to nephrotic syndrome patients whose condition is very serious, is to filter the blood by a treatment machine. However, kidney function will continue to erode during the period of dialysis. So that, kidney transplant will be the only option for the patients finally.

Chinese medicine also takes a good effect on treating nephrotic syndrome with creatinine 3.5 fundamentally via cleaning up the inner environment of human body, supplying the kidneys with enough blood, oxygen and nutrients, enhancing kidney self-recovery capital, etc. With the help of treatments which are picked up thereunder the patients’ currently illness conditions, the patients can recuperate soon.

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