Serum creatinine and urea nitrogen can reflect the renal function of renal failure patients. The higher they are, the more serious the renal damage is. So to lower serum creatinine and urea nitrogen is significant. Usually, the ratio between serum creatinine and serum urea nitrogen is 1:10. But how to lower Urea Nitrogen and serum creatinine effectively?
Serum creatinine level rises because the renal function is damaged. Some medicines just lower the serum creatinine for the sake of lowering it. It can not do any thing to the restoring of basal lamina and glomerulus. Even if the serum creatinine becomes low, it will rise soon.
Usually, when the serum creatinine increases, serum urea nitrogen will increase correspondingly. But sometimes, both indicators can increase separately. Urea nitrogen is caused by renal damage when urea nitrogen can not be filtrated out from blood. If only urea nitrogen increases, it does not have clinical meaning. Besides, instant urea nitrogen can increase in some cases of acute nephritis, Nephrotic syndrome. Serious edema can occur because urea nitrogen builds up in blood.
If both serum creatinine and urea nitrogen increase, we can treat it by restoring the filtration function. If the serum creatinine is lowered, urea nitrogen will be lowered naturally.
In the past, some doctors just used diuretic to lower urea nitrogen. But it can not relieve the ill condition fundamentally. Micro-Chinese medicine can restore the renal function through dilating renal arteries to advance the blood perfusion, improve the oxygen supply and renal microcirculation. Finally, urine volume increases and urea nitrogen is discharged out of body.
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