Serum Creatinine Level for Post Kidney Transplantation Patients
Can Kidney Failure Be Treated Without Transplantation
Generally, normal serum creatinine in male adults is 0.7-1.3mmol/dl and 0.6-1.2mmol/dl in adult females. For persons born with one kidney, the serum creatinine range is 0.8-1.9mmol/dl. For the new infants, the serum creatinine is just 0.2mmol/l. As creatinine is linked to muscular constitute, normal serum creatinine level in muscular young man may be higher than others who are not.
What if serum creatinine level is slightly elevated after renal transplantation?
Some patients gain weight after renal transplantation, however, as is emphasized by nephrologists, what they gain may be most fat instead of muscle. Muscle strengthening is usually gained through physical activities. Meat is an exogenous source of serum creatinine. In case one eats excess meat latently, the serum creatinine test reading is likely to elevate. In this condition, it is advised that the patient should follow vegetarian diet for three days and then do another lab test. Combined renal function test(GFR) will help to make sure whether the new kidney is functioning well.
Why serum creatinine is rising gradually after kidney transplantation?
Risk Factors for Recurrent FSGS after Kidney Transplantation
It is the common issue faced to most post renal transplantation sufferers. As we know, the human body immune system will recognize the new kidney as foreign, so the rejection problem will occur. Immunosuppressive medicines prescribed to the patients will help to reduce rejection, but chronic repulsion problem will still happen, leading to chronic impairment to the transplanted kidney. In addition, gradual serum creatinine elevation is also seen due to relapse of the primary disease. Kidney transplantation doesn’t remove the primary diseases and genetic defects, such as Diabetes, Lupus, Purpura, etc. In this condition, serum creatinine is likely to rise again and patients may experience certain renal symptoms such as blood in urine, protein in urine, swelling, high blood pressure, etc.
Well then, how to stop creatinine rising for post renal transplantation sufferers?
Treatment of Recurrent CKD After Kidney Transplantation
If we want to lower the creatinine and stop it from increasing, we need to treat the underlying renal intrinsic cell impairment. Traditional Chinese medicine, containing many microelements and active ingredients, will help regulate the human body immune system, accelerate blood transportation to the new kidneys and inactivate pathogenic stasis and inflammatory factors so as to offer a good environment for kidney repairing and well protect transplanted kidney from being attacked.
Traditional Chinese medicine treatment is a natural and safe remedy, and the functioning process is a gradual improvement one. When latent stem cell treatment is combined, the immune system restoration and kidney repairing process will be accelerated so that creatinine will be lowered gradually.