An 89 year old man has kidney stones. The examination results are shown in the figure below. The old man has joint pain and wants to take painkillers, but the instructions of this medicine (below) say that people with severe renal insufficiency should use it with caution. Please help me see if my grandmother is serious renal insufficiency. Can I take this medicine?
According to the situation you described and the pictures you took, the examination results of renal function do have some abnormalities, which may be caused by hydronephrosis. At the age of 89, it also needs treatment. You can choose to remove the stones with Paishi granules or through minimally invasive surgery to remove the stones and relieve the work. The medicine you take is nutritious for cartilage. If you take it for a short time, it has no good effect. You need to take it for a long time, but if the liver and kidney function is poor, try not to take it.
Hello, if the patient is older and has some abnormalities in renal function, it should not be too serious. The high creatinine of this symptom indicates that there is some inflammation in the kidney. You can go to the outpatient department of Nephrology to adjust with some drugs. If you have stones, you must carry out some stone removal treatment. If there is pain, you can use this kind of analgesic drugs for treatment.
The elderly have kidney stones. The renal function test shows that the creatinine is higher and the glomerular filtration rate is reduced by half. This situation indicates that there is renal damage and renal insufficiency. It belongs to mild renal insufficiency, not serious renal failure. The glucosamine hydrochloride capsule you said is only used with caution when there is serious liver and kidney insufficiency. At present, your grandmother's situation can be used.