Diabetes, high BP, renal failure, serum creatinine high, loss of appetite, vomiting
It seems that your father has developed renal failure likely related to his diabetes. When the creatinine rises to this level we have to consider the option of dialysis. The high creatinine is contributing to the nausea and vomiting as well. Having a high creatinine can also place him at risk of electrolyte abnormalities. Controlling his blood pressure and blood sugar are important in assuring that further worsening of his kidney function does not occur. He should see a kidney specialist to discuss the management of his kidney function as well as the consideration of dialysis.
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