Creatinine level 5.1 is very high for a patients with kidney disease, especially Hypertensive Nephropathy(High Blood Pressure Kidney Disease). Then how to improve creatinine level5.1, and what should patients do to prevent the creatinine disease develop into uremia?
Creatinine level 5.1 is very high for any kidney diseases especially for high blood pressure kidney disease. Then the dialysis is usually suggested improve creatinine level5.1 and stop the kidney disease develop into uremia and keep the kidney patients out of danger. But with its high risk and so many side effects, more and more people seek for an substitution therapy. Then what should they choose? What kind of substitution therapies are availuable for them?
Here we suggest you the immunotherapy in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital China that can help you improve your creatinine level and get away from highblood pressure kidney disease and without so many side effects and high risks of death.
What is Immunotherapy
Immunotherapy, also called biological therapy, is to boost the body’s immune system to fight off the complicated immunity-related diseases. In other words, it refresh your immune system and utilizes your own immune system to fight kidney disease.
Immune system and kidney disease
kidney disease is caused by an immune system dysfunction. Once both inherent immune system and backup immune system can no longer work peacefully, immune complex will not be able to be discharged outside of body. What’s more, immune complex deposit inside body can reach to kidney with blood circulation and then deposite in kidney thus accumulating to kidney tissue and causing damage to kidney gradually. When the damage in kidney progresses into a certain degree, a series of symptoms occur.
When your immune sytem is normal, your kidney can work effectively and your immune system will not fight each other and worsen the condition. Your blood circulation system will cleared and the high blood pressure will be reduced. Then your creatinine level is no longer so high.
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