Do You Need Dialysis Before Doing Kidney Stone Surgery?
My father has a kidney stone, so the doctor said that the internal medicine of the father must be washed first, then kidney stone surgery but the ukrological specialist says it’s okay, you don’t have to dialysis first but kidney stone surgery first … according to the doctor it’s okay urien kratini cpc 11 ..
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Actually there is a little confusion about the results you convey, about the results of urea, and creatinine of your father. There should be two results, the urea and creatinine results. Urea results differ from creatinine results. Based on the results you mentioned, whether 11 is the level of urea or creatinine.
Ureum is a residual substance from the breakdown of protein and amino acids in the liver. Urea levels can be measured through the urea nitrogen (BUN) test. Urea levels are normal in adult men: 8-24 mg / dL, and in adult women: 6-21 mg / dL. While creatinine is a chemical waste from muscle metabolism and consumption of meat formed from creatine, an important molecule for muscle energy production. Substances that flow through these blood vessels are filtered by the kidneys and then discharged with urine. Normal creatinine levels for adult men are approximately 0.6-1.2 milligrams per deciliter (mg / dL) and 0.5-1.1 mg / dL for adult women. These normal levels can sometimes differ depending on the reference value / normal laboratory check.
To determine whether your father should be washed first or not before surgery, you should consult a doctor who checks your father. Because the doctor who examined it who knows the clinical condition of your father directly. The decision taken whether to be washed first or not, would have been through sufficient consideration by between doctors.
That's all the answers I can give. Thank you :)