Does creatinine of 10.8 needs Dialysis? High serum creatinine level as the most common symptoms of kidney disease has draw attention to people right now. There is no doubt that high creatinine level is always related with Dialysis. When people reach a certain creatinine level most of them is likely to choose dialysis to reduce it.
Creatinine 10.8 Means What?
The reason why Creatinine level rise up is that the degree of kidney damage has reached into half of the kidney. Creatinine 10.8 is really serious for people have kidney disease. In the common situation creatinine 10.8 that patients have to take dialysis right now. Because the damage of kidney is really bad now, there will be a lot of symptoms appear, such as thirsty, fatigue, urine in night become more and more and something else. But there is still have another way to avoid dialysis.
How to Avoid Dialysis?
Due to the damage to kidney of dialysis that Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital pushed out a brand mew treatment--Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. This treatment get rid of the side effects of dialysis on kidney, improve kidney function and change the worse illness situation to a better step. Pure Chinese Medicine Therapy matches with Oral Chinese Medicine will achieve the double curative effect in the end. There has treated so many patients form the world yet and help them get a better life with kidney disease than before.
The hospital is always devoted itself to treat Chronic Kidney Disease. So if you are the patients with all kinds of kidney diseases want to get a better treatment, if you want to Avoid Dialysis, please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can contact us with viber/whatsapp +86 13503211882. We will keep your privacy and try our best to help you.
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