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Kidney failure in diabetes , hypertension and its prevention - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   hi
Doctor :  
How can i help you?
User :   my father is a diabetic and has high blood pressure
Doctor :  
User :   due to which his creatnine level has increased to 3.6
Doctor :  
User :   and is passing proteins in the urine
Doctor :  
User :   is it possible to get the creatnine levels back to normal
User :   haemo globin 9.9
sodium 142
potassium 4.6
calcium 9
phosphorous 5.3
creatnine 3.6
blood urea 69
blood urea nitrogen 32
uric acid 7
albumin 3.4
total protein 6
a/g ratio 1.3:1
cholestrol 138
tsh thyroid 3.33

minipress xl 5 mg - two tablets, carvil 12.5 mg-two tablets, nicardia retard 20 mg-five tablets, arkamin 6 tablets, lasix 40 mg-1 tablet, depof 0.37 mg - two tablets, nozep 0.5 mg - 1 tablet, ecosprin av -75 mg-1 tablet, shelcol ct -1 tablet, folvit -1 tablet twice a week, imax forte -1 tablet twice a week, ketosteril 6 tablets, eltroxin 50 mg- 1 tablet, pantaocid 1 tablet, insulin lantus 18 unit, humalog lispro 30 units a day, all these medicines are being taken for two years now
User :   this is his blood report and the medicines he takes
Doctor :   the functioning of the kidney is hampered because of diabetes and hypertension

User :   yes
Doctor :   proper control of diabetes and hypertension is required
User :   is there any medicine available for kidney
Doctor :   as such there is no medicine available
User :   ok
Doctor :  
if the kidney function fails very low
User :   doctor says that eventually the kidney will fail
User :   is it true
Doctor :   ya it is true
User :   ok

Doctor :  
with good control of diabetes and hypertension the date may be post phoned
User :   ok
User :   u there
User :   u there
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