For diabetic patients, creatinine 7 is much higher than the normal range, and patients need to bring the level down by taking timely treatments. Well then, does the patient need dialysis with the condition?
Generally speaking, we often recommend patients to have dialysis when their creatinine level is higher than 5 mg/dl. However, high creatinine level is not the only standard for patients to have dialysis. Whether diabetic patients need to dialysis or not still depends on their specific illness conditions and treatment options.
Dialysis is needed if patients are in the following conditions:
For patients who have suffered from some bad symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, serious swelling and skin itching, but their creatinine is less than 5 mg/dl. In this condition, they should have dialysis right now, or these serious symptoms will threaten their lives. Besides, for patients who have less urination or no urination, they need to have dialysis as well.
Dialysis can be avoided if patients can receive effective treatments.
The latest Blood Pollution Therapy can ensure the most satisfactory curative effects. Combined Blood Purification methods and Chinese medicine treatments like Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Acupuncture, Foot Bath, Maikang Mixture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, etc) are used to remove wastes and toxins from the body and repair the damaged kidneys.
In addition, eat a reasonable diet by avoiding foods including:
1, high protein: limiting intake of protein can help reduce the amount of waste produced.
2. High sodium: foods such as canned foods, fast foods, etc.
3. High glycemic: sugar foods like cakes, cookies, pies and candy should be limited or avoided.
Through the above analysis, we can see that aside from dialysis, diabetic patients still have other options. If you want to know whether you can use or not, please don’t hesitate to ask our Online Doctor or email to us at email@example.com!