- Exclude food intake four hours before analysis.
- To minimize the intake of protein substances in the body.
- Limit physical activity so as not to injure the muscles.
- Reduce fluid intake.
Implementation of these simple recommendations will provide an adequate analysis result.
The norm may be overestimated in the following situations:
- Improper nutrition leading to excess intake of precursor substances. This phenomenon is temporary and is not associated with pathological abnormalities of the kidneys. The precursor substances, which include amino acids, enter into various chemical reactions in the body and break down to creatinine. These substances enter the child’s body with food products containing an increased amount of protein, for example, with dairy products, meat, etc. Injured muscles, as well as connective and muscle tissue with a pathology such as hyperthyroidism, contribute to the increased breakdown of creatine phosphate and creatine to creatinine. The above factors cause a high level of creatinine in the child’s body. However, it should be remembered that in this case, this indicator does not reflect the work of the kidneys. In order to confirm the absence of the disease, the analysis is repeated after ten days.
- Failure to remove toxic substances from the body of the individual. In this case, the renal pathology acts as a provocateur, as a result of which the renal filter is damaged, and the process of elimination of toxins is disturbed.
The kidneys maintain blood creatinine levels within a certain range. Accordingly, impaired renal function leads to impaired urinary creatinine excretion. Thus, creatinine is a universal indicator of the normal functioning of the kidneys.
In case of impaired renal function, regardless of the reasons, the level of creatinine in the blood will increase.
Very high blood creatinine rates may indicate kidney failure in various stages. It is for this reason, by performing a standard biochemical blood test, it is important to monitor the normal blood creatinine content. A more accurate method for determining kidney function is to evaluate how much creatinine is excreted through the kidneys over time. This parameter displays creatinine clearance.
The rate of creatinine in the blood in women and men has different meanings. This is due to the fact that the muscle mass in the husband
the rank, as a rule, is greater than that of women, respectively, and the norm of creatinine in the blood is higher.
Normal blood creatinine levels range from 71–106 µmol / L in adult men and from 36–90 µmol / L in adult women. In older people, however, creatinine levels may even be lower than normal averages.
Young, muscular or middle-aged men may have slightly higher blood creatinine. In older people, however, the cretinin content may even be lower than normal average values. The norm of creatinine for children is about 20 μmol / l, depending on muscle development. People with poor nutrition, marked loss of body weight, and long-term muscle diseases also tend to decrease creatinine levels.
In people with one kidney, the norm of creatinine is an average of 180 – 190 μmol / L. A blood test in which a creatinine content of 200 μmol or more is found in children and 400 μmol or more in adults may indicate severe renal impairment. With creatinine numbers of 800 μmol or more, it is necessary to consider the issue of emergency blood dialysis using a special apparatus.
With any impaired renal function, an increase in the level of creatinine in the blood is possible. In this case, it is important to find out how long the impaired renal function has existed in the body.
After treating the elbow area with alcohol, the nurse will apply a pressure band to the shoulder in order to stop the outflow of blood through the veins and increase the pressure in the vessels. Then, with a sterile needle and a syringe, the nurse will perform a puncture of the vein in the elbow and take a few milliliters of blood. Then a patch with a sterile cotton wool moistened with a disinfectant solution is glued onto the injection site.
Collection of a 24-hour (daily) portion of urine
- Urine collection begins in the morning. After you wake up, you need to urinate, but this urine does not need to be collected. All subsequent portions of urine will need to be collected in a sterile container of 4-5 liters. You can not separate urine into different containers. Do not touch the inner surface with your hands. This container should be in a dark, cool place, the ideal place for this is the refrigerator
- Store the urine container in the refrigerator for 24 hours;
- The last time you need to empty the bladder is exactly 24 hours after the first urination, that is, the last urine should be the morning urine of the next day;
- Foreign objects or substances should not be present in the collected urine, for example: toilet paper, pubic hair, feces, menstrual blood, etc.
Normal creatinine values may vary in different laboratories depending on the reagents used. More precisely, it is not the parameters that vary, but the units of measurement.
Creatinine and creatinine clearance
Men: 0.6-1.2 milligrams per deciliter (mg / dl) or 71-106 micromoles per liter (μmol / l) Women: 0,4-1,0 mg / dl or 36-90 micromol / l
Men (up to 40 years old): 107-139 milliliters per minute (ml / min) or 1.8-2.3 ml per second (ml / sec) Women (under 40 years old): 87-107 ml / min or 1.5-1.8 ml / sec Creatinine clearance parameters usually decrease with aging (normal values decrease by 6,5 ml / min for every 10 years after 20 years)
The ratio of nitrogen to creatinine
Creatinine secretion occurs in the glomeruli of the renal apparatus, and only 15% is excreted by the renal tubules. Based on this: the level of the substance is within acceptable values during normal kidney function. A decrease in glomerular filtration naturally leads to its accumulation in the blood, and not excretion from the body with urine.
The required amount of substance is determined based on the total mass of a person and his physical activity. Which leads to the fact that the norm of creatinine in the analysis of blood for men, women and children is significantly different.
In addition to gender and weight, the age of the patient also affects the indicator. This allows us to attribute the biochemical analysis of blood to creatinine to exclusively primary diagnostic methods. It was noted that the criterion is characterized by a greater degree of sensitivity to kidney pathologies than urea.
A physician, nephrologist, gynecologist, urologist or infectious disease specialist can send a patient for examination. A biochemical blood test for creatinine is performed to:
- detection of renal pathologies;
- muscle damage assessment;
- determining the therapeutic efficacy of selected renal treatments. Especially relevant if the patient has diabetes mellitus or chronic renal failure;
- calculation of creatinine clearance rate – an analysis to evaluate the effectiveness of renal filtration of small molecules;
- diagnostics of glomerular filtration rate.
Pathologies of the kidneys are accompanied by a change in the color of urine (turbid urine, brown, “coffee”, the color of meat slops, etc.). The patient has a sharp decrease in the amount of urine excreted per day. Among the typical symptoms are also distinguished: accumulation of fluid in the abdominal cavity (ascites), swelling of the face and limbs.
Urination causes pain, pains are felt. Often, pain affects the lower back and hypochondrium. A person feels weakness and fatigue, concentration of attention and appetite are falling. Concerned about sleep problems and blood pressure spikes.
With infectious damage to the kidneys, febrile symptoms are noted.
If the above symptoms occur, you should undergo an examination, including determining the level of creatinine in the blood and urine.
Preparation before a blood test for creatinine consists of:
- refusal to eat 12 hours before the collection of biomaterial, smoking – 1 hour;
- limitation of physical and psychological stress;
- by prior agreement with the attending physician, the administration of drugs is limited to the extent possible.
The sensitivity of the criterion to external and internal factors determines the fundamental importance of observing the rules of patient preparation.
The material for determining creatinine levels is venous blood.
Unreliable low results may result in:
- improper taking of biomaterial, resulting in the destruction of red blood cells with the release of their contents. The biochemical composition of the blood is distorted. In this case, a repeat test is mandatory;
- pregnancy, especially the first two trimesters. After conception, the amount of blood in a woman’s body doubles. This enhances the filtration process and the active removal of creatinine.
On the contrary, false-positive data contribute to:
- the percentage of muscle mass is above normal. Similar situations are especially characteristic for weightlifters;
- diabetes mellitus in the patient’s history, against the background of which the concentration of simple sugars, acetone and urea increases;
- extensive damage to muscle tissue;
- ascorbic acid drugs, barbiturates or aminoglycoside antibiotics.
|Age||Permissible values, micromol / l|
|Up to 1 month||19-78|
|From 1 month to 1 year||14-35|
|Over 18 years old (female)||53-97|
|Women older than 50 years||53-106|
It should be emphasized that the norm of creatinine in the blood of women after 50-60 years with the advent of menopause is slightly increased.
When evaluating the values for each patient, it is important to consider her age, as well as the week of pregnancy, if necessary.
Blood creatinine level decreases if a person goes without food for a long time, and his muscle mass has atrophied. In addition, the violation of water-salt metabolism leads to an increase and accumulation of free fluid in the body. Which ultimately contributes to water poisoning and a decrease in all biochemical parameters.
The effect of creatinine on the kidneys
As a rule, men are characterized by a greater amount of muscle mass. This means that creatinine levels are higher than women.
Below is a table of creatinine norms in men by age. Up to 15 years of age, gender is not taken into account when selecting reference values.
|Man age||Permissible values, micromol / l|
|Older than 15 years||80-150|
|Men older than 60 years||71-115|
The rate of creatinine in the blood in men after 60 years also increases slightly (against the background of an age-related decrease in the filtration capacity of the kidneys).
Deviation of the indicator from normal values indicates a number of different diseases. Therefore, to clarify the reasons, additional biochemical studies are prescribed.
A high level of creatinine is observed in renal failure caused by a malfunction in protein metabolism, diabetes mellitus or toxic kidney damage. A similar condition also accompanies pathologies of the cardiovascular system, so it is advisable to consult a cardiologist.
Infections and oncological diseases of the urinary organs lead to a violation of glomerular filtration, which negatively affects the level of creatinine in the human body.
With glomerulonephritis, the destruction of the renal glomeruli occurs. Possible causes: manifestation of autoimmune diseases or infectious infection. The result – the creatinine content in humans rises.
Among kidney diseases, necrosis of the epithelial tissue of the renal tubules should be singled out separately. The condition is provoked by toxins or potent drugs.
Acromegaly and gigantism are another reason why the creatinine in the blood goes beyond normal values. The cause of the disease is excessive production of growth hormones by the pituitary gland of the brain. A change in the parameter under consideration is one of the many pathological processes that accompany acromegaly and gigantism.
With prolonged compression syndrome, large-scale destruction of muscle fibers and tissues occurs, which leads to the release of creatinine molecules into the systemic circulation.
Main article: What does an increase in blood creatinine in an adult mean?
In addition to pathological reasons, the level of creatinine is affected by:
- severe overwork and high physical stress;
- the predominance of meat dishes in the diet;
- dehydration, leading to a thickening of the blood and a temporary increase in the rate;
- drugs that have a toxic effect on the urinary organs.
To unequivocally exclude these reasons, one should extremely seriously approach the question of studying the rules of preparation for the study. Particular attention is paid to limiting physical activity. On the eve of blood donation, by definition of biochemical parameters, including creatinine, sports should be excluded. Before a visit to the laboratory, morning jogging and exercise are also canceled.
Also, creatinine levels decrease during pregnancy, treatment with corticosteroids and with myodystrophies.
Main article: Causes of lower creatinine in women, men, and children
It should be emphasized that a single increase in the indicator does not have sufficient diagnostic value. Since it is sensitive to many factors, including nutrition and physical activity.
The danger is a combined deviation from the norm of various biochemical parameters. Particular attention is paid to the content of urea and uric acid in the studied biomaterial (blood, single or daily urine).
The creatinine molecule is the final product that cannot be decomposed by the human body. This means that its accumulation leads to a gradual intoxication of various human systems and organs.
Critical situations, when the value of the indicator goes off scale, the patient undergoes hemodialysis for blood purification.
A diet with increased creatinine is extremely important, it helps to improve the biochemical composition of the blood and facilitate the treatment of the underlying disease. It is recommended that the patient limit or completely abandon the use of salt and salty foods.
How to control the amount of salt used? For this, the patient is forbidden to salt all cooked dishes. The permitted amount of table salt is given to the person in his arms, and he can independently add the dishes. At the same time, not exceeding the permitted volume of salt.
The amount of animal protein consumed is also reduced. If the diet contains 70 grams of protein, then only a third of them can be of animal origin. In severe kidney damage, the amount of animal protein is reduced to 10-20 grams per day.
As an alternative, it is recommended to use dairy products, eggs and low-fat varieties of lean fish. Important: the duration of the low-protein diet is determined by the attending physician based on the patient’s condition.
According to the indications, the patient can be transferred to a protein-free diet.
After repeated analyzes, further treatment tactics are determined. A decrease in creatinine indicates the possibility of increasing the amount of animal protein consumed.
The absence of positive dynamics in returning the indicator to normal indicates the ineffectiveness of the selected treatment methods and the need for their correction. In parallel with this patient, holding fasting days is recommended.
A certain level of creatinine is maintained in the body of an individual throughout life. Thanks to this substance, tissue metabolism is carried out and the acid-base balance is maintained. The norm of creatinine in children by age:
- Up to 28 days of life – from 27 to 88. Newborns who have received great physical exertion at birth have an increased level of creatinine, which decreases after a few months.
- Up to a year – from 18 to 35. This indicator can fluctuate depending on the speed of weight gain and muscle volume, as well as on the nutrition and activity of the baby.
- From 1 to 12 years old – from 27 to 62. This range lasts a long period. The lower limit of the indicator is typical for girls.
- From 12 to 18 years old – acceptable limits are from 44 to 88. For adolescents who have reached puberty, the norm is in the range of 50–72.
- As they grow older, the blood creatinine norm in children rises. For males, acceptable indicators have the following boundaries – from 75 to 110, for females – from 60 to 80.
Minor deviations from normal values may be present, since the creatinine level directly depends on the complexion of the child, i.e., the more muscle mass, the more it is formed. Significant deviations from the permissible values are an occasion to consult a treating doctor for timely diagnosis of pathology and the appointment of adequate therapy.
Pathologies that contribute to the delay of creatinine in the body of the child:
- Congenital malformations of the kidneys are aplasia or hypoplasia, i.e., the absence or underdevelopment of the organ, as well as polycystic and others. Identify these pathologies using ultrasound.
- Hyperthyroidism The increased production of hormones by the thyroid gland activates the processes of protein breakdown throughout the children’s body. As a result, the concentration of creatinine increases.
- Hereditary Jade. With this pathology, the baby is affected by the hearing aid and kidneys. Glomerulonephritis develops, provoking a deterioration in the elimination of toxic products from the body.
- Renal failure.
- Urolithiasis disease.
- Heart failure.
- Shock after injury.
In addition, creatinine in the analysis is found to be above normal after taking strong antibacterial agents, with great physical activity, in overweight individuals, with hormonal failure, growth retardation and severe dehydration.
Lower than normal creatinine in a child is rare and is mainly associated with a lack of muscle mass. An insignificant decrease in indicators is a consequence of errors in nutrition. To normalize it:
- provide physical activity (by age) to increase muscle mass;
- include more meat products in the diet.
However, it must be borne in mind that some congenital pathologies of the liver and heart provoke a decrease in this indicator.
The creatinine index is unstable, it depends on many factors, such as:
- Gender of the person;
- Physiological condition.
Specialists have determined the lower and upper limits of the norm of creatinine in adults.
The norm of creatinine in the blood in women is in the range from 45 to 80 micromol / l. In men, from 75 to 110 micromol / l.
What is the reason for such a difference in indicators among representatives of different sexes? The level of this substance in the blood should be higher in men than in women. This is due to the physiological processes taking place in the body.
Reasons for the difference in creatinine:
- Metabolic processes in the body of men occur much faster, but in women, the rate of these processes is somewhat reduced;
- The mass of muscles in the body is different, in women it is lower;
- Periodic changes in the level of sex hormones;
- Various eating habits;
- The load on the muscle apparatus in women is slightly lower than that of representatives of the strong half of humanity.
The norm of the content of this substance in blood serum in children depends on age. The indicators are the same for both boys and girls. It should be noted that there are periods of increasing and decreasing values. This is due to the physiological processes taking place in the body of the child.
The norm of creatinine in children, depending on age:
- In newborns, this indicator is significantly increased and is equal to that of an adult – from 45 to 105. This is due to the fact that during the birth and in the postpartum period the child experiences enormous loads that require a large amount of energy;
- In infants (up to 1 year old), the content of this substance in the blood decreases slightly, the indicators are from 20 to 35. The decrease in values occurs due to the body’s adaptation to new conditions and relatively small physical exertion;
- In children of preschool and primary school age, loads increase (children play outdoor games), indicators in this period of life – from 26 to 62;
- In adolescents (over 13-14 years old), the norm of creatinine in the blood is the same as in adults, since the body is rap >
During pregnancy, hormonal changes occur in the woman’s body. Many laboratory blood counts change up or down; creatinine is no exception. Its values repeatedly change over the entire period of pregnancy.
Causes of violation of the removal of this substance from the body:
- Chronic (CRF) or acute renal failure (ARF) of 1 and 2 degrees;
- Acute or chronic glomerulonephritis;
- Chronic pyelonephritis;
- Malignant or benign tumors of the urinary tract;
- Nephrotic syndrome.
In the presence of the above pathologies from the kidneys, creatinine indicators are sharply increased.
A common cause of insufficient urinary creatinine excretion is kidney disease.
Other causes associated with insufficient creatinine excretion:
- Dehydration caused by repeated vomiting and diarrhea (acute intestinal diseases);
- Heart failure with severe manifestations, which leads to a decrease in blood circulation in the kidneys;
- State of shock.
Causes due to increased production of this substance:
- Increased level of growth hormone – growth hormone (gigantism and acromegaly);
- Malignant neoplasms of muscle tissue, which are at the stage of decay;
- SDS (long squeezing syndrome), which occurs when squeezing a limb with a tourniquet, fragments of buildings, cars and so on;
- Diabetes mellitus with complications;
- Radiation sickness;
- Damage to muscle tissue during surgery, severe mechanical injuries and so on.
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Hypercreatininemia does not cause severe abnormalities in the body, since creatinine in itself is low toxic. Its harmful effects on tissues can occur only with sharp deviations from the norm of its concentration. This metabolite is more related to the effects of various conditions and diseases, signaling their presence. Therefore, isolated hypercreatininemia practically does not cause manifestations.
Usually it is combined with other pathological symptoms that may suggest the need for this study:
Fatigue and muscle weakness;
An increase or a sharp decrease in the amount of daily urine;
Pathological changes in the general analysis of urine (protein, white blood cells, red blood cells).
The pathogenesis of hypercreatinemia can be associated with any of the stages of creatinine metabolism and circulation in the body. The nature of nutrition, the mode of physical activity, the amount of fluid consumed, the intake of medications, the anatomical features of muscle tissue and its condition, the functional abilities of the excretory system and liver are capable of influencing it.
An increase in creatinine concentration during a biochemical blood test may indicate:
Increased intake of creatine-containing substances from the environment with enhanced protein nutrition;
Excessive or very rapid increase in muscle mass;
High loads performed by muscles;
Destruction of muscle tissue;
Redistribution of blood and violation of the water balance in the body;
Impaired renal function in the neutralization and elimination of creatinine;
Toxic effects on the body;
Endocrine disorders that regulate metabolic processes in the body.
In some cases, you have to deal with a relative increase in creatinine levels, which does not occur due to its excess production or delay in the body. It is associated with a decrease in the volume of circulating plasma as a result of its redistribution, blood loss, or dehydration. Relative hypercreatininemia is combined with other signs of blood concentration and blood clotting, which helps in its proper assessment. She never reaches great values.
With increased creatinine, a child may experience:
- lack of appetite;
- pain in the lumbar region;
- increase in pressure.
Initially, the doctor finds out the cause of high creatinine, since its overestimation is a consequence of some disturbances in the body. If kidney disease is suspected, additional examinations are prescribed and, when the diagnosis is confirmed, appropriate treatment is prescribed, including in a hospital setting. Small patients are prescribed medications that normalize protein metabolism: Ketosteril, as well as vitamins C and D.
Conditions in which a decrease in plasma creatinine is recorded are extremely rare. Their appearance indicates a violation of metabolic processes, accompanied by profound disorders of protein metabolism in the body in general, or in isolation in muscle tissue. If hypercreatinemia mainly depends on the functional ability of the kidneys, then in the case of hypocreatinemia (a decrease in creatinine level), their condition does not play a role.
Therefore, the main mechanism should be such a depletion of energy reserves in the body that protein resources, which are most found in the muscles, are used to repay them. A decrease in creatine phosphate reserves naturally leads to a decrease in the concentration of its metabolites in the blood, which is creatinine.
Immediate causes of hypocreatinemia can be:
Cachexia against a background of chronic diseases and starvation;
Depletion of the body with veggie nutrition or strict diets;
Weight loss due to mismatch of physical activity with the nature of nutrition;
Dystrophy of muscles against the background of their diseases;
Atrophy of large muscle massifs during their disability;
First trimester of pregnancy.
Article author: Alekseeva Maria Yurievna | General practitioner
About the doctor: From 2010 to 2016 Practitioner of the therapeutic hospital of the central health unit No. 21, the city of elektrostal. Since 2016, he has been working in the diagnostic center No. 3.
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What is creatinine and what are its functions
Creatinine is a breakdown product of amino acids in the human body. It is the final substance of a long metabolic process that occurs in a number of organs. How is creatinine formed?
Consider the process of creatinine formation in stages:
- Amino acids found in foods enter the liver;
- There, they are converted to creatine, which is sent to the striated muscles (heart and skeletal muscles);
- In muscle, creatine is converted to creatine phosphate. This substance, when split, provides a lot of energy for the activity of the muscular apparatus of the body. Creatinine, which should be excreted through the kidneys, becomes a byproduct of decay.
- Blood transports this substance from the muscles to the kidneys, there its reverse absorption into the blood does not occur.
Creatinine is a marker (i.e., an indicator) of the state of striated muscle tissue in the body. And also it may indicate the presence of pathology from the kidneys, since its disposal is carried out only with urine.
Excretion of creatinine from the body is necessary, otherwise it will have a toxic effect on the internal organs.
To summarize, it is important to emphasize the following points:
- creatinine is a sensitive indicator that responds to changes in the kidneys and damage to muscle tissue. That allows you to attribute it to indicators of the state of the kidneys;
- creatinine testing alone is not enough to establish a definitive diagnosis;
- when deciphering the results, one should take into account gender, age, stage of pregnancy of the examined patients;
- a single deviation from the norm is not enough to confirm the fact of kidney pathologies. It is important to properly prepare and repeat the study;
- methods to reduce creatinine are aimed at eliminating the underlying pathology that caused its increase.
By such indicators as urea and creatinine, metabolic processes occurring in the body are evaluated. Creatinine and urea are the first to respond to impaired liver function, kidney disease, as well as muscle dystrophy. An increase in excess of urea and creatinine in children indicates a violation of the breakdown of substances in the body of the individual.
- a large amount of muscle tissue;
- meat ration;
- kidney failure.
Children’s doctors are advised to take the test several times to be sure of the result, since it is influenced by infectious and chronic diseases, fatigue. Red blood cell concentration also affects creatinine levels. An excessive number of red blood cells indicates an infectious process in the body. In this case, the treatment is primarily aimed at eliminating the infection and restoring red blood cells to normal.
Causes of Lowered Creatinine
This change in indicators is less common than an increase in values. The decrease in creatinine in the body is often associated with its depletion, however, there are other reasons.
Reduced creatinine may be a sign of the following conditions:
- A significant decrease in muscle mass. This is due to age-related changes (aging of the body), genetic pathologies, infections. If the patient is in serious condition, then he is forced to be in a supine position. With prolonged immobilization, muscle atrophy occurs;
- Gestosis is a complication of pregnancy;
- Long-term treatment with corticostero >
Pathology of the kidneys is characterized by rather high numbers in the analysis. In some cases, the values reach 300 μmol / L.
Achievement of indicators up to 300 μmol / l. occurs when the kidneys are not able to excrete the amount of substance that was formed in the process of human life.
However, it should be borne in mind that indicators begin to grow when the process of dying of kidney tissue is in full swing. Therefore, this analysis is impractical for the early detection of chronic renal failure.
Endogenous creatinine clearance
Another name for this test is the Reberg test, which results in evaluating the effectiveness of renal blood flow, i.e., the level of glomerular filtration. The method is based on the calculation of the clearance of endogenous creatinine. Norm in children (unit of measure – ml / min / 1,7 m2):
- from 65 to 100 – for babies up to a year;
- from 34 to 81 years of age and older (boys);
- from 88 to 146 from a year and older (girls).
To determine the clearance, the concentration of creatinine in urine and blood is calculated, as well as the volume of urine excreted per day.
Due to the fact that in a healthy body creatinine enters urine after it passes through the glomeruli, its insufficient excretion in urine and an increase in blood levels signal a low filtration in the kidneys. Glomerular filtration is calculated according to a special formula, and since its minute volume depends on weight and height, you need to know these values in a child.
Harmful and healthy products
To bring the blood creatinine level in children to normal, in addition to pharmacotherapy, the baby is recommended a special diet that unloads the kidneys and cleanses the body. From the diet of the child should be excluded:
- smoked and fried foods;
- canned food;
- whole milk;
- fatty meats and fish;
- tea and coffee drinks;
- fast food;
The following products are desirable to limit:
It is necessary to include in the diet:
- cheese and cottage cheese (low-fat varieties);
- plant food;
- dairy products;
- butter and olive oil;
- Berry drinks
- various cereals.
Food is recommended to be steamed, boiled or stewed. Following a diet helps cleanse the toxins from the baby’s body and normalize kidney function.
Traditional methods of treatment
In the fight against increased excess creatinine in the blood in children, alternative recipes are also used:
- rice broth – drink daily on an empty stomach 100 ml;
- Medicinal charges, which are ready-made, can be purchased at a pharmacy.
However, doctors recommend using them only for preventive purposes, and not as the main treatment.
The next non-traditional method is osmotherapy, i.e. taking therapeutic baths with various essential oils and herbal preparations. As a result, the baby’s condition improves, the work of the kidneys and the circulatory system is restored.
Massage, which helps to relax and normalize kidney function, also refers to alternative treatments. It is not recommended to use the above methods to reduce the creatinine level in a child without the consent of the treating doctor.
In order to avoid deviations of creatinine from the norm, doctors recommend that the child:
- timely treatment of colds;
- adequate physical activity;
- proper nutrition;
- regular visits to the doctor and passing the necessary tests;
- stable emotional state;
- restoration of water balance.
The kidneys are an important organ that plays a large role in the functioning of blood circulation, the formation of the whole organism of the individual, as well as the volume of muscle tissue. The norm of creatinine in children is one of the important indicators in the diagnosis. Diseases that affect its level are quite serious and require long-term therapy.
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