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Creatinine Increases from 8.2 to 10.1: Is Dialysis A Must

Posted: by liangshaohua      Time: 2015-03-29 06:10

Topics: Dialysis High Creatinine Level

Details: My father has been suffering chronic kidney disease. After testing, doctors told us his kidney’s condition is too bad. The creatinine level was 8.2 and then increased to 9.4 and finally 10.1. Is dialysis a must?

Expert Answer

High creatinine level is one factor that affects the time to begin dialysis. In China, doctors may recommend dialysis when patients’ creatinine level is higher than 8.0 mg/dl. If high creatinine level is accompanied by other severe complications, patients should begin dialysis. If not, they may still have chance to improve their kidney condition and avoid dialysis.

From the above analysis, we can know many other factors also determine whether patients should begin dialysis immediately.

If your father still has enough urine output and don’t have other severe complications, he can try some other therapies that can save his kidneys.

Clear Blood Pollution Therapy is one therapy that can not only cleanse the blood, as dialysis does, but also prompt the recovery of damaged kidney cells. As long as patients’ kidney function can increase to 15% and maintain stable, patients can live with their own kidneys safely.

If you are interested about this therapy, you can send your father’s latest test report to We are glad to help.

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