Your mother has already undergone dialysis. It means she might probably suffering from chronic kidney disease. Serum creatinine of 7 mg/dL cannot be managed with medical treatment alone, you should go for dialysis on an urgent basis. It leads to a raise in serum potassium levels if not taken to dialysis which is fatal at times due to cardiac arrhythmias. Monitor the creatinine and potassium levels and take her to dialysis.
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