Does diabetic with creatinine 3.1 and urea 145 need dialysis? Well, whether a dialysis is needed or not depends on many factors such as the patient’s age, complications and GFR (glomerular filtration rate) levels, etc.
Actually, creatinine 3.1 is not high enough for a dialysis. It indicate patients are in CKD Stage 3, which is also characterized by GFR levels ranging from 30 to 60. Normal range of urea nitrogen in blood is 6-20 mg/ml. You can see how high urea 145 is.
If dialysis is not necessary, what will be best way to deal with diabetic with creatinine 3.1 and urea 145?
Alternatives to dialysis
In our hospital, we treat kidney disease mainly by Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Our therapies are also innovated from TCM. The goal of treatment is to improve blood circulation and enhance kidney function. Here is a general introduction about our therapies. Any questions, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below.
This therapy is not a simple medicine but an innovation from hundreds of Chinese herbs. These herbs are micronized and soaked with medical fluid. With osmotic device, the effective ingredients can permeate into kidney lesions directly. They can expand blood vessels, fight against inflammation and degrade extracellular matrixes. Therefore, it is very effective for improving blood circulation so as to get rid of ischemia and anoxia of the kidneys.
There are many meridians on feet. We add some Chinese herbs into the warm water, and they can stimulate these acupoints. Therefore, the blocked energy pathways can be smoothed, and wastes in the blood can be eliminated by the effective properties of medicines.
It is a very natural and convenient way for kidney disease patients to lower creatinine and BUN levels. We have almost thirty years of experience on this filed, and you can trust us!