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Kidney condition. Dialysis done, blood test shows urea, creatinine, haemoglobin levels. Continue dialysis?

Sir, My uncle is 80 years old & having kidney problems since 3 months.Before dialysis urea was 193, creatinine 10.5, hemoglobin5.6.After dialysis regular for 3 days & given 3 blood the report is like that urea-102,cretinine-5.2,Potassium-4.0,sodium-134,calcium,-4.37,hemoglobin-8.0.Due to nobody in village to support to take to him 90 km wanted to stop it . Could you suggest me? Regards
Asked On : Fri, 5 Oct 2012
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.From all the lab reports it is clear that your uncle is in what is called as Chronic Renal Failure which is end Stage Renal Paranchymal Disease.There is no medical treatment that can be followed at home.and needs frequent Dialysis to wash out end Products of Protein metabolism that are excreted through Urine.Since he is 80 yrs old possibility of Renal Transplant is out of consideration. There are many charitable organisations who help these patients.Pl try to get financial help from them.
Answered: Sat, 6 Oct 2012
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