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Creatinine level high, hemoglobin level low, undergone several dialysis. How to proceed treatment?

one patient has creatinine( wet chem) 12.28mg/dl, s. potassium 4.5 mEq/L, haemoglobin (HGB) 7.3 gm/dl, SERUM TIBC 208.00ug/dl, and also dialysis done several times. last reading on 10.02.13 OF UFR 750. FOR WHICH I NEED YOUR ADVICE ABOUT NEXT TREATMENT. MY NAME IS SUBINOY BAGCHI, FROM WEST BENGAL , INDIA, 0000 , E MAIL ID YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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Reports suggest chronic kidney failure.
You must consult a nephrologist and discuss about the kidney transplant as transplant is the only solution now.
One can't keep on having dialysis permanently as it has it's own disadvantages in long run.
Answered: Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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