Creatinine refers to a waste product that is generated as a result of muscle metabolism. The kidneys are primarily responsible to maintain a normal range of blood creatinine levels, so factors that tend to damage the renal function can result in elevated creatinine levels.
Creatinine is the waste product of out body that should be filtered by kidney. Increased creatinine may indicate kidney damage. The higher of creatinine level, the severer of kidney damage.The normal creatinine level is 0.5-1.2mg/dl for female and 0.6-1.3 mg/dl for male.
How to Treat Increased Creatinine
As elevated creatinine level is attributable to the kidney damage, the key to lowering creatinine level is to restore the kidneys. Immunotherapy plays a vital role in restoring impaired kidneys.
Immunotherapy refers to infusion of healthy cells into the patients’ body through intravenous injection. It does not need surgery or cause sufferings to the patients at all.
Immunotherapy are long-lived cells in the body that have the ability to differentiate into specialized cells to create new tissues and are capable of self regeneration. Before Immunotherapy is performed on people with Kidney Disease, the first step is to culture the cells for several days and make sure they can regenerate themselves. Then after the cultured Immunotherapy are infused into the patients’ body, they can differentiate into renal functional cells with induced factors in right body condition. As a result, the new functional cells will form new kidney tissues. In this way, the kidneys will be restored very well and improve their renal function significantly.
Once the kidneys recover the normal filtration function, they will be able to filter blood normally as before. Afterwards, the elevated creatinine level will lower gradually.