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Have diabetes mellitus, nephropathy, heart block. Prescribed Dalacin and Ceftum. Treatment?

hi my father , 76 dignose with diabetes mellitus with nephropathy and complete heart block , for which pacmaker is installed on 1st jan-2013. now urea level is 57.8 found. creatine before operation is 2.5 now its 1.3, BP at present is 145/ 71. after operation doctor given him dalacin c 300 and ceftum 500 for 5 days. now what medices treatment he required particular for nephropathy.
Asked On : Sat, 12 Jan 2013
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Hi,Its good sign that your father's serum creatinine has come to 1.3 from 2.5. Dalacin C and Ceftum are Antibiotics which prevents/treats Infection.As your father is responding well,No particular treatment is necessary for him for Nephropathy at present.Please check Serum creatinine levels regularly.I wish him speedy recovery.
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