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High Creatinine level

What does high creatinine level mean? How to lower creatinine level? Here you can find various solutions and find the right one for you.

    Why Do Stage 2 CKD Patients Have Creatinine 1.6

    Actually,patients with CKD(Chronic Kidney Disease) may not be aware that their kidneys are becoming worse and worse as the result of the chronicity and complexity of CKD. That is to say,if the creatinine is higher,the kidneys are damaged and...

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    Good Foods for Elevated Creatinine

    Elevated creatinine level is one big concern for most kidney patients, if high creatinine level is due to kidney disease. To lower it, some medications or treatments are needed. Besides, some healthy and good foods are also helpful to reduc...

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    Does Creatinine 8.6 Mean Kidney Transplant

    Creatinine 8.6 is much higher than the normal value. For kidney patients, too high creatinine level always suggests them to begin dialysis or do kidney transplant. Does creatinine 8.6 mean kidney transplant? As for this question, different...

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    Home Remedies to Lower High Creatinine 235

    If creatinine level in blood stays around 235 stably, doctors usually prescribe some medications like ketosteril. In fact, some home remedies are also helpful to lower high creatinine 235. Read on to find them out....

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    Chinese Osmotherapy to Reduce Creatinine 570

    High creatinine level can be caused by many factors, while Chinese osmotherapy can only help deal with high creatinine level due to kidney disease. If you are tested out creatinine 570 and have determined it results from kidney damage, Chin...

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    What Drugs May Cause Increased Creatinine Levels

    What drugs may cause increased creatinine level? Creatinine, one by-product of creatine, is used commonly in lab to check how well kidneys are working. If it is higher than 1.3mg/dl, it shows increased creatinine levels. Besides kidney dise...

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