Nefrosave Tablet

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My blood urea 70 & cretinine 2.5. Age 78. Should I take nephrosave?

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drgrv Says:

can a patient with Blood Urea 70mgs and creatinin 2.5 take the drug Nefrosave?will it be useful to reduce the urea and creatinin in this patient?

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Verwon Says:

Nefrosave contains n-acetylcysteine 150 mg and taurine 500 mg, it most commonly used as a detoxifying agent.

As to whether or not it should be used by any particular individual, i cannot possibly make any suggestion.

There are many factors that must be taken under consideration, such as their medical history, current medical conditions and any other medications being taken.

What has the doctor suggested?



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mlagrawal Says:

is the tab. nefrosave is safe or has its side effect?

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My doctor prescribed the medicine-Nefrosave-500 for treatment of reducing albumin. My present report indicates 2212 mg /in dilution of 1:10. Is it advisable to take this tablet? is there any side effect? Please guide me?

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jsen Says:

My father (78) is a cardiac patient with chronic failure condition. He had bypass graft in year 2000. Recently his kidney has started to create trouble. Creatinine level has gone up to 2.5. He has seen a nephrologist who has prescribed Renhold - four tabs a day. What is that medicine all about? Is it good for him?

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Vicky Says:

Dear Doctor,

My age is 30year, i having problem of creatinine level 2.0 and i have also kidney stone of 6mm and i have blood pressure also. kindly suggest for reducing creatinine level or increasing e GFR level

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Kukun Says:
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Hi. I've been suffering from ckd for the last 4 years but my creatinine level was stable over the last 2 months. It increased by 5.2. My Dr advised me to take nefro-save. How much does it help to reduce or stabilize creatinine levels?

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