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Creatinine Levels and BUN

Knowledge on creatinine, including the normal range/levels of creatinine, causes and symptoms of high creatinine levels, reasons and causes of low creatinine, and treatment and diet to lower high creatinine.

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Natural Ways To Lower Creatinine Level Of 800mmol/l

Normal creatinine level for men is 44-133umol/L, for women it is 70-108umol/L. When serum creatinine is higher than 133 and if this condition lasts for long time, it means kidneys are damaged. When creatinine is higher than 451, kidney fail...Read More

Renal Failure And Creatinine

Creatinine mainly comes from muscle metabolism and the meat products we have can also produce certain amount of creatinine. Healthy kidneys can filter creatinine from the blood and release it into urine. When creatinine level in blood eleva...Read More

High Creatinine Level After Renal Dialysis

Renal dialysis is supposed to help replace the functions of failed kidneys to discharge excessive water, electrolytes, metabolic wastes and toxins from the blood so as to help lower high creatinine, clear high blood urea nitrogen and purify...Read More

Standardization of Measuring Creatinine

There are at present about 10-20 million chronic kidney disease patients in the United State and its incidence is in rapid growth. CKD is dormant and most cases will enter into end stage renal disease after decades of years. Therefore it is...Read More

Treatment For Creatinine Level 6.4, Potassium Level 17 In ESRD

We know that creatinine level of 6.4 and potassium level of 17 are higher than the normal value, but what does these numbers means? How serious the illness conditions are? Is there any effective treatment that can help lower high creatinine...Read More

Home Treatment For High Creatinine

Many people will find that they have higher than normal creatinine level while having routine physical examination or it is found while they have tests done for other illness conditions. For some people that just have slightly elevated crea...Read More

Why Kidney Failure Patients have High BUN

BUN is the abbreviation of Blood Urea Nitrogen and high BUN level is very common among kidney failure patients; therefore, there must be a relationship between kidney failure and high BUN. Now, lets have a look about what BUN is and how kid...Read More

What Illness Conditions Can Cause High Creatinine Level

Higher than normal creatinine level means that kidney functions have been damaged. This is the most fundamental cause of elevated serum creatinine. Here lets know what the common illness conditions are that can damage kidney functions resul...Read More

What Foods Can Lower Creatinine in Kidney Failure

High creatinine means that more than 50% kidney functions have been lost, diet is one important aspect for controlling high creatinine besides proper medicines and treatments. Less meat and more vegetables Creatinine in the blood comes from...Read More

How to Lower Blood Urea Nitrogen with Kidney Failure

Blood urea nitrogen (BUN) is one commonly used index in clinic to reflect renal functions. BUN is the main end product of protein metabolism and every 1g of protein can produce 0.3g urea which contains 28/60 urea nitrogen. As one waste prod...Read More

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