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CRF patient, low hemoglobin, reduced urine output. Taking cresp injection, on dialysis. Treatment?

sir, I am CRF patient since october 2009, I am on dialysis weekly thrice, monday, wednesday and saturday.My question is how to improve my haemoglobin levels which is at 8.2 to 8.4. I am taking cresp injection once in a week. My urine output reduced to 40 to 50 ml per day. please suggest remedies to improve urine output. all other aspects are fine
Asked On : Sun, 9 Sep 2012
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Hello, It seems your dialysis sessions are going well. I need to know further about your iron levels and RBC indices, so that i can suggest you few investigations. For your urine output, i cannot suggest much. Your kidneys are not able to excrete water because of complete failure. You can consult your physician if diuretics can do some favour. Take care.
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