What Does Slightly Elevated Creatinine Mean
Nowadays, many people are diagnosed with slightly elevated creatinine, then, what does it mean? In this article, we will give you a clear answer.
Creatinine is a metabolic product of muscle. In normal case, it is discharged out of the body by kidneys, so, there is less creatinine in blood, thereby, it can measure the kidney function. However, if kidney function begins to decline, creatinine level will elevate.
Generally speaking, the normal level of creatinine is less than 1.5mg/dl. And sightly elevated creatinine means slight renal damage. Patients should take effective steps timely to control the further renal damage. If no effective method is applied, slightly elevated creatinine will cause renal failure or other related complications.
So, how to treat the slightly elevated creatinine?
In China, there is a method called Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, which can improve renal function effectively. Mostly, it is different from traditional herbal medicine. During the course, herbal medicine will be micronized, and two bags contained shattered medicine are placed on patients’ back. Then, with the help of osmosis device, the active medicine can be penetrated into kidney lesions directly.
What’s more, the treatment mechanism of the therapy is to block the development of renal thrombosis, repair the damaged renal cells and renal function, rebuild the inherent kidney structure. In this way, renal damage can be stopped and kidney function can be improved, so, slightly elevated creatinine can be lowered. Any interest to know more details about the method? Contact with online doctors now.
Except for effective treatment, patients should keep a proper diet.
For patients with slightly elevated creatinine, they should limit the intake of protein, salt, and fat so as to reduce the burden of damaged kidneys. They should also avoid coffee, chocolate, tea and high potassium foods.
However, due to the illness condition varies from person o person, the specific intake is decided by patients’ own condition. If you happen to be diagnosed with slightly elevated creatinine, send your test report to firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can also leave a message below, we will give you a characterized diet.
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