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Dehydration, High Creatinine Level 4.0, High Blood Pressure

Posted: by Giri      Time: 2013-04-25 17:40

Topics: High Creatinine Level

Details: My father's blood serum creatinine level was detected as 4.0 mg/dl and blood urea level as 132mg/dl two days back. There was no history of any infection or cold. But he was dehydrated and had few vomitings prior to the lab tests. His blood pressure is 160/90, please reply to reach me. Thanks.

Expert Answer

The dehydration can cause the rise of the creatinine level. You know it can affect the smooth blood circulation inner the body, when the blood stream in the kidney decreased, the kidney cells can get injured, that is the reason why it is important to keep the water balance for the kidney disease patient. And his vomiting is caused by the acidosis, we need to control his electrolyte disorder.

At present, the medication which is simply prescribed for his high blood pressure or High Creatinine Level is not enough, we need to control his immune disorder and try to raise his kidney function, that is the basic way to lower his creatinine level and remove his all discomforts.

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