High Creatinine Dialysis BUN
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Can Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy Treat High Creatinine for Diabetic Nephropathy

2016-09-15 09:08

Diabetic nephropathy is a kind of kidney damage which due to years of uncontrolled diabetes. With more and more diabetes patients appear that diabetic nephropathy is also becomes into a very common kidney disease in nowadays.


Gender: male

Age: 61 years old

He has suffered from polydipsia, polyphagia, polyuria for 25 years, serum cretinine increased for 14 years, Peritoneal Dialysis for 7 years. Patients who have this kind of condition are very dangerous in most time.

When he came to our hospital that his blood pressure is 130/90mmHg, chronic tolerance, anemia appearance, pale conjunctiva, these phenomenons obviously. Creatinine level reached to 691umol/L, BUN 16.9mmol/L, uric acid 194umol/L.

The diagnosis in our hospital include: type 2 diabetes, stage 5 diabetic nephropathy, renal anemia, renal hypertension, diabetic retinopathy, diabetic peripheral neuropathy, pulmonary infection and some other complex complications.

According to the severity of his illness condition, our experts prepared a detailed treatment plan for him. Besides necessary western medicine, the mainly treatment for him are the characteristic Chinese medicine treatments in our hospital: Chinese medicine for external application, foot bath therapy, and some other treatments for him to protect the rest kidney function and repair the kidney damage due to diabetes.

After the treatment in our hospital, not only the diabetic nephropathy have improved, but also the diabetes controlled well by our treatments. Now he is in home to enjoy a much better life than before.


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