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How Does A Decreased Creatinine Affect A Patient
Chf patient under 1L water intake a day, BUN level 63, creatinine 2.0 on lasix 40 mg maintenance dosage. Should water intake be increased a little so the kidneys don't conserve water? Asking because of decreased urination wirh stable GFR. Check Adh?
CHF/ renal disease: This question is best asked to you cardiologist, as you have CHF and kidney damage so your fluid balance is very delicate. Drinking too much can put you back in CHF. Would recheck your creatinine and your creatinine clearence, EF on echocardiogram as it may have changed. Discuss this with your cardiologist ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it possible that dialysis patients stop their dialysis when the creatinine level became normal.
Several approaches: Your serum creatinine is elevated for your age. You need to find out why. You should see a nephrologist to see if there are reversible reasons for this or other diseases present that are causing this degree of kidney dysfunction. The kidney dr. Will recommend the best dietary regimen for you. If not, ask for a recommendation for a nutritionist with experience in kidney disease. ...Read more
How to reduce the level of creatinine for a patient who is diatebetic for more than 30yrs and what is the normal value ?
0.6-1.2 mg/dL: Normal level of creatinine is about 1mg per 100 ml of serum. There is no easy way to reduce increased levels of creatinine, expect if the patient is dehydrated giving fluids helps. There are medications that protect the kidney in diabetics and you should consult your doctor for continued care and managing blood glucose levels to prevent further damage. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the minimum and safest creatinine level, in a diabetic patient, at which angio can be done ?
I am a CKD patient. My creatinine was 2.0 and now 2.5 two months after. I was weight training within that time. how.long before it is normal if I stoptraining?
High creatinine: It may not be able to be reduced. A patient not on dialysis with a creatinine level (cl) of 9 is quite sick. Patients with a cl so high not in the hospital should be. The cl may be reduced if is due to some renal drug toxicity or some obstruction. It is best to have this person seen by a physician as soon as possible as his potassium level may be life-threatening. ...Read more
High creatinine: It may not be able to be reduced. See a nephrologist (n) and have a 24 hour urine collection, with protein, to assess your kidney function. You will also need some blood work and a renal ultrasound. Once the n has the results of all of your tests, you can get diagnosis of your problem along with a prognosis of how it will affect you. Good luck. ...Read more
Filter, toxins: Dialysis does the work of kidney- removing fluids andtoxins.Electrolytes move along the concentration gradient, so toxins which are high in the blood, goes to the dialysate solution.Creatinine is removed from the blood during dialysis, so these levels are low in the patient after dialysis. ...Read more
Sir my father is diabetic patient ...And sir my father creatinine level is 3.6...So i want to know it is normal or not?And how to reduce its level?
Not normal: Cr 3.6 signifies fairly advanced kidney dysfunction. This may or may not be reversible, but certainly needs explanation. There is no way to reduce this number except by eliminating medications that might be raising it. The home treatment of all kidney dysfunction is to prevent further damage by avoiding medications that can hurt the kidney and preventing dehydration. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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