Question: I have Acute Kidney Failure after the doctor gave too much diuretics. My serum creatinine is 380. Will my kidney function recovers with fluid rehydration (slow infusion)?
Answer: Using too much diuretics causes reduction of blood volume passing through kidneys. Kidneys are at a state of dehydration, lacking blood supply and oxygen, thus failing to working normally. That’s how Acute Kidney Failure occurs. Keeping fluid rehydration (slow infusion) is helpful but cannot solve the underlying problem. Treatment for Acute Renal Failure should include the following aspects.
First of all, Acute Kidney Failure patients need to maintain a restricted diet, including enough water intake, low protein and low potassium foods in diet. However, how much water you can drink is determined by your weight and urine output. Ask your doctor to calculate it and he or she will give you proper treatment. You can also email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below. Our doctor on duty can also give you some suggestions.
Secondly, I recommend you to take traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), which is to increase blood circulation and repair damaged renal tissues. Maikang composition and Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy are common method used for Kidney Failure patients. The main function of these natural treatments is to detox the body and increase blood circulation. Then, kidneys can get enough blood volume and oxygen to repair the damaged renal tissues, thus improving renal function. I hope I have made me cleared. Any questions, please be free to contact with us!