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Creatinine Levels and BUN

Knowledge on creatinine, including the normal range/levels of creatinine, causes and symptoms of high creatinine levels, reasons and causes of low creatinine, and treatment and diet to lower high creatinine.

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How to Lower BUN and Creatinine Level Naturally

Blood urea nitrogen (BUN) and creatinine both can show how kidneys are functioning. Generally, the higher bun and creatinine, the more kidney function is damaged. However, how to lower BUN and creatinine level naturally? Both BUN and creati...Read More

High Creatinine Level: What To Eat

If one has high creatinine, what to eat? High creatinine level is a dominant clinical index that can reflect kidney problem. Improper diet cause extra kidney burden and increase creatinine level, so finding a proper diet becomes a concern f...Read More

How to Lower High BUN Level in Renal Failure Effectively

Generally, BUN 21.4mmol/L or 60mg/dL can be one diagnostic criteria of renal failure. This is why so many patients want to know how to lower high BUN level in renal failure effectively, when their blood test shows their BUN level is higher t...Read More

At What Creatinine Level Is Dialysis Started

Dialysis is the most commonly used medical method for kidney failure patients to remove harmful substances in blood. However, not everyone with kidney failure needs dialysis. In clinic, creatinine level is an dominant clinical index that ca...Read More

What To Eat with High Creatinine Level

What we eat can affect our creatinine level. For people with Chronic Kidney Failure, high creatinine level indicates high level of toxins in blood. Also, the higher the creatinine level, the sooner they start dialysis. Therefore, knowing wh...Read More

High BUN and Creatinine Level: Causes and Management

For people with kidney disease especially end-stage kidney disease, they must be very familiar with high blood urea nitrogen (BUN) and creatinine level, because they are most common blood tests to detect kidney damage. Here, you can get an...Read More

Can Renal Failure Patient with Creatinine 2.6 Avoid Dialysis

Can renal failure patient with creatinine 2.6 avoid dialysis? One of my patients asks me this question yesterday. In renal failure, patient nearly has lost all of kidney function and his creatinine level raises quickly. If the creatinine le...Read More

What Are the Symptoms of High Creatinine Level

Generally, serum creatinine, a waste product from energy metabolism of muscle, doesnt deposit too much in the body unless more than 50% of kidney function loses. Knowing the symptoms of high creatinine level can help patients recognize thei...Read More

How to Control High Creatinine Levels in Chronic Kidney Failure

Whether a Chronic Kidney Failure patient need to start dialysis or not depends on his creatinine level very much, so having a tight control about high creatinine level will be helpful for kidney disease patients to stay far away from dialys...Read More

At What Level of Creatinine Dialysis Is Required

Dialysis is necessary for kidney failure patients when their creatinine value increases to a certain level. However, at what level of creatinine, dialysis is required? In theory, dialysis is required when creatinine increases to 5, as creat...Read More

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