Dr. Bhushan’s Proven “High Creatinine Therapy” Helps Control Elevated Creatinine & Uric Acid Levels Significantly And Puts Thorough Checks On Conditions Progressing Towards Dialysis.

Dr. Bhushan’s Judicious Creatinine Composition With Select Homeo Medication Is Benefitting A Large Number Of Creatinine And Uric Acid Patients With Thorough Relief…

And … also fulfilling our Mission & Vision

INDICATIONS OF HIGH CREATININE LEVELS:

With a large number of people suffering from uncontrolled blood sugar levels or high blood pressure, the cases of High Creatinine Levels is on the rise. Kidneys help in maintaining the blood pressure, keeping the electrolyte balance and generation of red blood corpuscles in the body. When the kidneys become porous and start leaking out the proteins in the urine, the kidneys begin to malfunction. Symptoms like Loss of appetite, weight loss, nausea and

difficulty in urination, High levels of potassium in the blood, very high blood sugars, blood in urine, low level of proteins in the blood, high levels of creatine and blood urea, presence of proteins in the urine, etc. are some of the indications of High Creatine Levels which if not given immediate medical care, will lead to Kidney failure conditions.

LOW GFR (Glomerular filtration rate)

GFR is a measurement of how well your kidneys are working to clean your blood. It can vary depending on age, sex, and size. A calculation of glomerular filtration rate indicates the level of kidney function.

Doctors use eGFR (Estimated glomerular filtration rate), along with other tests, to diagnose kidney disease, determine which stage you’re in and track any progression.

POOR CREATININE CLEARENCE

Creatinine” is derived from the Greek word “kreas,” meaning “flesh.” The suffix “-ine” denotes a chemical substance. When the kidneys fail to clear enough creatinine and other wastes from the blood, the wastes build up in the bloodstream. Under such condition, symptoms of kidney disease, including swelling (edema), nausea, and high blood pressure may develop.

In order to determine whether the kidneys are functioning normally, a test called “Creatinine Clearence Test” is performed. The creatinine-clearance test gauges the rate at which creatinine is “cleared” from the blood by the kidneys. If the kidneys are not removing enough creatinine, the level of creatinine in the urine will fall. And consequently the level of creatinine in the blood will rise.

THREATENED DIALYSIS CONDITIONS

Simple Steps Can Prevent The Progressing Dialysis Conditions

Early detection and Dr. Bhushan’s  High Creatinine Therapy can significantly slow down the progression of your kidney problems. You need to carefully follow our treatment plan, including having regular blood and urine tests and controlling the risk factors for the disease, including high blood pressure (hypertension), coronary heart disease and diabetes.

Dos and Don’ts

  • At Dr. Bhushan’s PRO-LIFE Homeopathy Clinic, you will be advised to keep your blood pressure under control and follow a diet chart with low salt, high potassium and calcium intake to prevent Hypertension. We emphasize choosing low-fat dairy products instead of high-fat ones and choosing vegetable proteins instead of animal proteins and avoiding dark cola drinks.
  • You will be advised to be monitored for bladder infections and have them treated if you develop them.
  • Those with Stage 3 CKD or above may be advised to limit phosphorous-containing foods such as meat, processed foods, dark sodas and dairy products in general. When your kidneys are not functioning properly, high levels of phosphorous can build up in your blood, leading to loss of calcium in and a weakening of your bones, making them more susceptible to breakage and arthritis.

High Potassium foods

Avocado Bananas
Cantaloupe and honeydew Dried fruit
Legumes Milk and yogurt
Nuts and seeds Oranges and orange juice
Potatoes Pumpkin and winter squash
Salt substitutes and low-sodium foods that contain potassium additives Tomato products (juices, sauces, paste)

High phosphorus foods

Cheese Chocolate
Ice cream Legumes
Milk and yogurt Nuts and seeds
  • In addition, a prescription form of vitamin D may be recommended. When you have CKD in Stage 3 or above, the parathyroid glands may become hyperactive, leading to bone disease, arthritis, skin disease, itching and anemia. Vitamin D suppresses an overproduction of hormones released by the parathyroid glands (PTH), which prevents the complicatiAons of excess PTH (hyperparathyroidism)

 

  • Avoid taking large amounts of painkillers, especially drugs containing a combination of caffeine, acetaminophen and aspirin. Combination agents such as these have been associated with an increased risk of kidney disease. Drugs containing acetaminophen alone can also be dangerous to the kidneys, although these are less harmful. All of these drugs can damage the inner parts of the kidneys, a condition known as interstitial nephritis. .It has been observed that eight to ten tablets or capsules of acetaminophen alone can damage the kidneys over a five-year period. Studies in humans and animals suggest that combination painkillers (as mentioned above) can cause damage in even less time). Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs containing ibuprofen, as well as those containing naproxen sodium, can harm the kidneys, but only if the kidneys are already under stress. Dehydration from, for example, overexertion, can stress the kidneys. If you stay hydrated, these drugs generally are safe for the kidneys.

 

  • At Dr. Bhushan’s  PRO-LIFE Homeopathy Clinic, you will be advised to avoid high-protein diets if you have Stage 3 CKD or above. These diets increase pressure inside the kidneys’ filters. Over time, this pressure damages the filters, which then leak protein into the urine. This leakage over time further damages the kidneys’ filters.

 

  • If you have diabetes, keep it under control by constantly maintaining normal blood sugar levels and following the diet and taking any medications prescribed to you.

 

  • If you develop anemia, make sure to have it treated. People with poor kidney function often have anemia because their kidneys no longer make enough of the hormone erythropoietin (EPO), which stimulates the production of the body’s red blood cells. Dr. Bhushan’s  PRO-LIFE Homeopathy Clinic will also prescribe homeopathic remedies for you to supplement Iron deficiency.

 

  • You will be advised to monitor your weight, limit high-fat , fried foods and rich desserts. Obesity is linked to high blood pressure, heart disease and CKD. Dr. Bhushan’s  PRO-LIFE Homeopathy Clinic shall provide you help to plan your meals.
  • Start an exercise program if you haven’t already. An easy way to do this: Walk for 30 minutes three times a week or more. Exercise is a great way to keep your weight in check and improve overall health.

 

  • At Dr. Bhushan’s  PRO-LIFE Homeopathy Clinic, we will advise you how to prevent heart problems, which CKD can cause as well be a risk factor. This may involve controlling diabetes, high blood pressure and anemia and keeping cholesterol in check with diet and/or medication.

 

Control fluid retention and blood pressure with lower sodium and fluid intake and prescribed medications.

Fluid restriction and the degree of sodium restriction needed vary greatly with people in stage 5 CKD, so your requirements will be assessed by your doctor and dietitian. Weigh yourself daily to track weight gains. Fluid weight gains occur quickly, and are associated with swelling and shortness of breath. A high-sodium diet can make you retain more fluid and can affect blood pressure. In Dr. Bhushan’s PRO-LIFE Homeopathy Clinic, you will be advised about the amount of sodium you need each day and to help manage fluid intake.

 

Disclaimer: The details provided here are for informational purpose only and is not intended to be a substitute for medical advice or diagnosis from a physician.

  • In addition, a prescription form of vitamin D may be recommended. When you have CKD in Stage 3 or above, the parathyroid glands may become hyperactive, leading to bone disease, arthritis, skin disease, itching and anemia. Vitamin D suppresses an overproduction of hormones released by the parathyroid glands (PTH), which prevents the complications of excess PTH (hyperparathyroidism)

 

  • Avoid taking large amounts of painkillers, especially drugs containing a combination of caffeine, acetaminophen and aspirin. Combination agents such as these have been associated with an increased risk of kidney disease. Drugs containing acetaminophen alone can also be dangerous to the kidneys, although these are less harmful. All of these drugs can damage the inner parts of the kidneys, a condition known as interstitial nephritis. .It has been observed that eight to ten tablets or capsules of acetaminophen alone can damage the kidneys over a five-year period. Studies in humans and animals suggest that combination painkillers (as mentioned above) can cause damage in even less time). Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs containing ibuprofen, as well as those containing naproxen sodium, can harm the kidneys, but only if the kidneys are already under stress. Dehydration from, for example, overexertion, can stress the kidneys. If you stay hydrated, these drugs generally are safe for the kidneys.

 

  • At Dr. Bhushan’s  PRO-LIFE Homeopathy Clinic, you will be advised to avoid high-protein diets if you have Stage 3 CKD or above. These diets increase pressure inside the kidneys’ filters. Over time, this pressure damages the filters, which then leak protein into the urine. This leakage over time further damages the kidneys’ filters.

 

  • If you have diabetes, keep it under control by constantly maintaining normal blood sugar levels and following the diet and taking any medications prescribed to you.

 

  • If you develop anemia, make sure to have it treated. People with poor kidney function often have anemia because their kidneys no longer make enough of the hormone erythropoietin (EPO), which stimulates the production of the body’s red blood cells. Dr. Bhushan’s  PRO-LIFE Homeopathy Clinic will also prescribe homeopathic remedies for you to supplement Iron deficiency.

 

  • You will be advised to monitor your weight, limit high-fat , fried foods and rich desserts. Obesity is linked to high blood pressure, heart disease and CKD. Dr. Bhushan’s PRO-LIFE Homeopathy Clinic shall provide you help to plan your meals.
  • Start an exercise program if you haven’t already. An easy way to do this: Walk for 30 minutes three times a week or more. Exercise is a great way to keep your weight in check and improve overall health.

 

  • AtDr. Bhushan’s PRO-LIFE Homeopathy Clinic, we will advise you how to prevent heart problems, which CKD can cause as well be a risk factor. This may involve controlling diabetes, high blood pressure and anemia and keeping cholesterol in check with diet and/or medication.

 

Control fluid retention and blood pressure with lower sodium and fluid intake and prescribed medications.

Fluid restriction and the degree of sodium restriction needed vary greatly with people in stage 5 CKD, so your requirements will be assessed by your doctor and dietitian. Weigh yourself daily to track weight gains. Fluid weight gains occur quickly, and are associated with swelling and shortness of breath. A high-sodium diet can make you retain more fluid and can affect blood pressure. In Dr. Bhushan’s PRO-LIFE Homeopathy Clinic, you will be advised about the amount of sodium you need each day and to help manage fluid intake.

 

Disclaimer: The details provided here are for informational purpose only and is not intended to be a substitute for medical advice or diagnosis from a physician.