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Diabetic, creatinine serum rising. Prescirbed cilacar, nefita, clacix. Sufficient?

sir, what is use of this tablet for a kidlney patient,patient is dibetic brother is patient,therefore i am asking this for him. furtther, my brother is getting treatment from a reputed hospital in delhi but his cretinine cerum is still in rising stage i mean it has gone from 2 to 7.5 as on today. medicines prescribed by the doctor are : cilacar, nefita, clavix, lhd, zyloric, nodosis, alfalog, livogen,and to control sugar volix.2mg and glide althougu sugar is controlled, mail od YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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Thanks for the query.
From your description the patient appears to be suffering from an advanced stage of kidney disease. The various medications you have mentioned are used to treat different complications of kidney disease.
If the creatinine remains at this level the doctor may discuss with you the options of dialysis.
Hope this helps
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Answered: Mon, 29 Jul 2013
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