Many patients with Kidney Disease must be familiar with Ketosteril. It is a common medicine for the patients with Kidney Disease, especially those whose glomerular filtration rate is below 25 ml/min. The doctors prescribe Ketosteril to lower creatinine level and urea nitrogen. Can it really lower their levels? This article will give you a response.
As kidney function declines, it is very likely to lead to protein metabolic
disorder thus causing further damage to the kidneys. In fact, Ketosteril has
certain effect in correcting the metabolic disorder. In normal cases, we obtain
the necessary amino acids from foods with high protein to meet our body need.
However, the patients with Kidney Disease have to keep a low protein diet so as
to decline the production of urea nitrogen. As a result, it will cause
insufficient supplement of protein for their body thus leading to malnutrition.
Ketosteril can alleviate the mentioned problem to some degree. Actually,
Ketosteril does not contain amini acid, but it can combine with the nitrogen in
the unnecessary amino acid to produce amino acid. In this way, it not only can
provide more amino acid for body, but also can decline the production of urea.
Therefore, it can delay the progression of Kidney Disease to some extent by
regulating protein metabolism.
However, the patients with Kidney Disease should know the root cause of high
creatinine and urea nitrogen level. For the patients with Kidney Disease, their
kidneys are damaged seriously so they lose the normal function of discharging
the metabolic products including creatinine and urea nitrogen and excessive
Therefore, the key for lowering creatinine level is to repair the damaged
kidneys so as to improve the renal function. However, Ketosteril does not have
the function of repairing the kidneys at all.
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