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How to Lower Creatinine 2.9 in Kidney Disease

Creatinine level is regarded as one of the most important indicator of judging from the renal function. Well, creatinine 2.9 means that your kidney is damaged moderately. While, it is the best time to treat, so it is necessary for you to pa...Read More

Can Patients With Chronic Kidney Disease Drink Lemon Juice

Lemon, belonging to fruits, is rich in nutrients and has very high medical value. It contains much calcium, iron, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin C and so on. Thus, some people ask if patients with chronic kidney disease can drink lemon jui...Read More

Treatment For High Creatinine Level In Kidney Disease

In clinic, creatinine level is one of the indicators of judging from renal function. And Chronic Kidney Disease and Acute Kidney Disease usually is accompanied by high creatinine level. But if left treatment, it will aggravate the illness c...Read More

Chronic Kidney Disease Stage 1-2

As the improvement of living condition, more and more people pay much attention to Chronic Kidney Disease(CKD) that is one of the most serious disease facing the world today. Chronic kidney disease is divided into five stages according to g...Read More

How To Protect Kidney To Keep Away From Chronic Kidney Disease

Kidney is one of the most important organs in our body, because it plays a significant role in removing the metabolite, generating urine, producing erythropoietin, balancing acid-base, etc. But as life pace becomes faster and working pressu...Read More

The Best Treatment For Renal Failure, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy

How important it is to choose a proper treatment for renal failure, but what is the proper treatment for renal failure? So far, it seems that no treatment can cure renal failure successfully. So many patients and kidney experts are troubled...Read More

Chronic Kidney Disease

Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is a progressive condition where the kidneys don’t usually fail all at once. It usually means part or nearly all of kidney function is damaged when the person is damaged with Chronic Kidney Disease. ...Read More