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Suffering with CKD kidney infection, taking medicines. Could the medicines be causing increase in blood urea, creatinine?

Dear Sir My mother is suffering from CKD Kidney infection . As per report dated 10-01-2013 Her Hemoglobin=7.60 Urea=228 Creatinine=10.05 Uric Acid=5.10 Protein=6.50 Albumin=3 A:G Ratio=0.86 Alkaline Phosphatase=94 Calcium=8.50 Phosporus=4 Sodium=130 Potassium= 5.30 Chloride=104 Allopathic treatment has started wef 24-11- 2012 Allopathic medicines given as under, Pantocid DSR=anti gastic, Thyrox-25= thyrod ( both in morning empty stomach ), Phostat 667mg= calcium tab, Ferium XT=Iron, Starpress XL-50= metoprolol succinate extended release tab, Maxid D3 0000 IU= calcium, Zyloric 100 mg= uric acid, Tide-10 mg (1/2 tablet), Ketosteril, amlong 5 mg= blood pressure , Injuction Espogen-4000 IU kindly suggest if any of these medicines are causing increase in blood urea and creatinine and also suggest their substitute, if any. Kindly suggest line of treatment as soon as possible thanks
Asked On : Fri, 18 Jan 2013
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Nephrologist 's  Response
Thanks for the query.
The blood results of urea and creatinine suggest an advanced stage of kidney failure.
The list of medications you have mentioned are commonly used to treat the various complications of kidney failure.
At this stage your nephrologist may suggest initiation of dialysis.
Hope this helps
Good luck
Answered: Mon, 29 Jul 2013
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