Creatinine 5.6 in Glomerulonephritis At What Point to Start DialysisThis article was provided by doctor zhengfalei 2014-07-03 03:02
With diagnosis of creatinine 5.6 in Glomerulonephritis, patients may wonder at what point to start dialysis. In this article, let’s talk about this issue and find the answer here. Prefer to talking directly? Consult our online doctor now for free help.
At what point to start dialysis with creatinine 5.6 in Glomerulonephritis?
In fact, there is not a precise answer to this question, as there is no set creatinine level to start dialysis. It is more determined by one’s glomerular filtration rate. The therapy usually starts at GFR of 15 ml/min or less.
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Is there any alternative to dialysis for creatinine 5.6 in Glomerulonephritis?
The good news is that a natural option has been developed to help patients with this disorder to prevent dialysis and enjoy a normal, long life. The treatment is called Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. (Click Here to watch the video introduction)
In China, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy has been clinically used to treat Nephritis for nearly 30 years. And clinical experiences have proven that this therapy is quite effective to help reverse the progression of kidney disease and prevent dialysis or kidney transplant. If you are interested to learn more about our patients’ stories, please let us know. Glad to share more inspiring information.
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