Niko is a Polycystic Kidney Disease patient, from Greece. His cousin Mr. Smith accepted treatment at first and then Mr. Smith introduced Niko to come to our hospital for treatment.
Chief complaints: patient was found to have polycystic kidney disease 30
years ago, accompanied with increasing serum creatinine in the past 10 years.
Patient was first admitted to the hospital on the 11th of June. When patients
came to our hospital, the test results are listed as followed:
Blood test and urine test results showed: HGB 124.0g/l; WBC 86.1*10^9/l N
63.2%; PRO +-; GLU -;BLD+1; WBC 1-2/HPF;RBC 2-4/HPF;CREA 537umol/l; BUN
32.4mmol/l; URIC:555umol/l;BMG 12.81mg/l; K 3.88mmol/l; Na 140mmol/l; Cl
110.7mmol/l; Ca 1.94 mmol/l; Co2 16.5mmol/l; PO4 1.81mmol/l; Mg 0.55mmol/l;
protein in 24Urine 0.77g/24h;
Ultrasound impression: the left kidney measured as 154*95mm, the right kidney
measured as 189*85mm, the blood circulations in both kidneys have decreased.
Both kidneys are not shown normal renal parenchyma echo.
After 45 days of hospitalization, patient conditions have improved. The
Osmotherapy and Immunotherapyation have helped to delay the deteriorations.
Blood circulations have been increased in both kidneys. Renal intrinsic cells
have been repaired, GFR have been increased as well.
Test results before he left our hospital: K 4.76mmol/l; CO2 27.1mmol/l;
CREA396umol/l; BUN 19.5mmol/l; URIC 375umol/l; BMG 12.94mg/L;
Take blood test every month to check the potassium level, avoid diet that is
high in potassium.
Keep a healthy diet with lots of vegetables and maintain at a stable
Check your blood test every month, including kidney function. As well as the
24 hour urine test on a monthly basis.
Please avoid the cold and flu and prevent yourself from depression and keep
Insist on long-term treatment and medications to be continued for the next
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