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Have high BP. Done open heart surgery. High creatinine level. Have eosinophilia. What to do?

My mother is 70 years old. she has high blood pressure and had a open heart surgery in August 2010. During that time it was found that the bool vessels of her kidney were 99% and one 95%. She had stents put in vessels. But after the operation her creatinine gradually increased. Today received the results of her blood test of 1 April. The results are as follows
1. Plasma glucose fasting 7.3 mmol/L
2.serum urea 220 mg/dl
3. Serum creatinine 4.9 mg/dl
4. Haemeglobin 11g/dl after tsking 5000 u recormin taken weekly for last 10 weeks
Other serum electolytes are within limit, but on higher side
She also has eosinophilia for last 10 years. At present eseodinophil is 21%.
Please suggest what we need to do and what her diet should be. Thank you.
Farmeen Mowla
Asked On : Sat, 6 Apr 2013
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Thank for choosing HCM, Your have critical level of illness, which need early evaluation for further management as long as her creatinine level is concern please discuss the problems with nephrologist and with cardiologist altogether, eosinophalia is least concern at the moment, kidney is a vital organ & care has to be taken for this, mean while keep he good hydrated reduce salt in her diet, continue diuretic medicine, take good care of her Have nice day
Answered: Sat, 6 Jul 2013
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