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Should Kidney Failure Patients With Creatinine 9.7 Do Kidney Transplant

Should Kidney Failure Patients With Creatinine 9.7 Do Kidney TransplantEven though serum creatinine level isn’t as reliable as GFR test to reflect kidney function, it does help to show how well kidneys are functioning. Creatinine 9.7 is much higher than 8.0mg/dl, one indicator of kidney failure. In this condition, should patients do kidney transplant?

Certainly, kidney transplant is indeed one treatment option for kidney failure patients.

Dialysis and kidney transplant are the most conventional and common therapies in the world to treat end stage renal disease (ESRD). Dialysis can help cleanse the polluted blood through removing small molecular substances and extra fluid, but it can do nothing for kidneys. Generally, the longer patients on dialysis, the less their urine output.

Kidney transplant is one therapy that may give a brand new life for kidney failure patients. If successfully, patients can live with their donated kidney safely and normally. However, the lifespan of kidney transplant is about 10 years, and in quite a number of cases, transplanted kidney fails again.

Is kidney transplant a must for patients with creatinine 9.7?

Of course, not. Even though creatinine 9.7 is quite higher than the normal, it doesn’t mean patients should accept kidney transplant. On one hand, some other therapies can also maintain patients’ life and reduce creatinine level. On the other hand, patients may not have the chance to accept kidney transplant because of high cost or shortage of kidney source.

Other treatments to reduce creatinine 9.7

Compared with dialysis and kidney transplant, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is one therapy that can not only cleanse the blood but also repair impaired kidney cells. As kidney function improves to some extent, creatinine 9.7 can decline gradually. To learn more about this therapy, you can email to or leave a message below.

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