Ketosteril For Kidney Failure

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ketosteril for kidney failure
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CKDIII level patient, waht is the optimumu dose for a patient with 70 kg weight ## The dosing is listed as: Adult 70 kg 4-8 tab tid given if GFR is 5-15 mL/min. Is there anything else I can help you with? ## despite taking ketostriel 2tab thrice daily the creatinine and urea lebel is going high from 2 to 5.8 creatinine and urea from 90 to 180. how can i rely on a nefrologist. spedning huge amount of money but without any benefit. can u throw some light with some expert opinion? thanks ## According to doctor s advice i got postrate turp operation as assured that creatinine will be controlled but without any imp0rovement but deteorated. is there any other mode of treaatment which can help controlling creatinine and urea level and also r emove acute itcching and abodominal paid and lack of... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Urea.
Sat, Mar 26 '11, 5:49 AM
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ketosteril was prescribed by my doctor in treatment of suspected kidney failure. The drug is very expensive here in the philippines, is there any substitute for Ketosteril 600 which is much cheaper? ## What is ketosteril capsule? Is this really effective to avert renal failure. My mom's creatinine is 2.1 living on one kidney. She is hypertensive and with controlled diabeties. Thank you! ## As to what other medication options may be available in the Philippines, I am sorry, I can't help you. Have you tried asking the doctor or pharmacist? That said, I am also having a difficult time discovering information regarding its use and efficacy. I am very sorry. Does anyone else have any information that can help? ## KETOSTERIL? appears to be manufactured by Fresenius Kabi and contain: ... ...
Updated 2 days ago in Urea.
Wed, Oct 18 '17, 2:42 PM
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If person was diagnosed of kidney failure & cannot be operated on, wil home meds w/ prescribed ketosteril, ural, nitrofuratoin, allupurinol help control disease? ## please tell me the full history of its kidney failure so i can omit or add the medications to make it right. ## clinical studies showed that kidney disease can be slowed down if managed properly. It is given by the doctor help control rising of creatinine level. with regards to other medication, ask your doctor what is its drug interaction and what medicines showed not be taken when taking Ketosteril. ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Mon, Jul 25 '11, 1:13 AM

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