Why Do People with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Have Elevated Creatinine
What is creatinine? Creatinine which concludes serum creatinine and urine creatinine is the metabolin of meats in our body and it primarily excreted through glomeruli. Detecting serum creatinine is one of the major methods of knowing about renal function in clinic. Creatinine in blood not only contains metabolin of meats we eat in our body, but also contain metabolin that our muscles. Creatinine is small molecule and it can get trough glomerular filtration membrane. Besides, creatinine(High Creatinine Levels) is seldom absorbed by gloemrular tubules, so nine tenths of creatinine generated by us is discharged with urine everyday.Can Patients With Creatinine 1.29 Eat Boiled Egg
Glomerular filtration membrane is composed of different types of renal intrinsic cells. For patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), some of their renal intrinsic cells are damaged, which means the glomerular filftration membrane is broken. With damaged filtration membrane, creatinine which could have gotten through filtration membrane can not pass through it any more. As a result, as time goes by, creatinine heaps up in their body. This is the reason why patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) usually are detected to have elevated creatinine value.CKD Stage 3 Treatment and CKD Stage 4 Treatment
Creatinine is not a sensitive index, which means when kidneys are damaged, elevated creatinine usually appears over a period of time. It cannot reflect renal damage immediately. Therefore, when elevated creatinine appears, actually renal damage has existed for some time. Moreover, creatinine level has less vulnerable to diet, so it is difficult for patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) to decrease their creatinine value just with restricted diet.
Creatinine belongs to toxic substance. For patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), accumulation of creatinine can cause damages to our other organs, leading to other dangerous diseases. Thereby, receive treatment as soon as possible is the best way for patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) to reduce the occurrence of complications.
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