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Is Creatinine 2.69 Dangerous

Posted: by Dr.Zhao      Time: 2015-06-20 09:12

Topics: High Creatinine Level

Details: My father has suffered from diabetes for more than 10 years. The latest blood test shows high creatinine 2.69 in the blood. Is it dangerous?

Expert Answer

Diabetes is one systemic metabolic disorder. If uncontrolled effectively, high blood sugar will attack many organs including kidneys. Kidneys are great excretory organs that are responsible for removing metabolic waste and toxins, and creatinine is mainly eliminated by kidneys. Normally, serum creatinine level ranges from 0.5 to 1.2 mg/dl.

Creatinine 2.69 is much higher than the normal, and it indicates a large part of kidney functioning tissues have been damaged or even necrotic. Since your father has long-term diabetes, kidney damage is more likely to be caused by high blood sugar. In view of this, patients should take some therapies to lower their high creatinine level and protect their remaining kidney functioning tissues.

To manage his illness condition, we would like to recommend Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It can prompt the recovery of pancreatic and kidney cells. Also, it can increase kidney filtration rate, so as to excrete more creatinine.

Besides, he also needs to follow a correct diet plan and lifestyle. This can help slow down the progression of diabetic kidney disease.

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