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What is a good resource so that I can calculate urine calcium to creatinine ratio?

What is a good resource so that I can calculate urine calcium to creatinine ratio?

See below: Following website has downloadable calculator for pc's (mac users can view page in html to get formula): imperialendo. Co.Uk/hammersmithcacr-calculator. Xls [hammersmith calcium creatinine ratio calculator] html version shows formula used & gives sample calculation. Good luck. ...Read more

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Creatinine (Definition)

Creatinine is a byproduct of creatine phosphate, which is present in muscles. Creatinine levels increase if the ...Read more


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What is the formula to calculate calcium/creatinine ratio in 24hour urine?

What is the formula to calculate calcium/creatinine ratio in 24hour urine?

Making it simple: The strictest definition of the calcium/creatinine ratio is the urinary concentration of calcium divided by the urinary concentration of creatinine in a urine specimen collected over 24 hours. The normal ratio is ...Read more

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What does low calcium and low creatinine mean?

What does low calcium and low creatinine mean?

Could mean: Low calcium- low absorption, low vitamin d, low Albumin levels, malnutrition. Low creatinine- decreased muscle mass. ...Read more

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Last test showed r.B.C 12x10^6 (normal up to 5x10^6), crystals: calcium oxalate (+2), creatinine 0.85... I am worry about high rbc. Pls advise?

Last test showed r.B.C 12x10^6 (normal up to 5x10^6), crystals: calcium oxalate (+2), creatinine 0.85... I am worry about high rbc. Pls advise?

Need evaluation...: From what reported, you have significant microhematuria.

For someone at your age, a run of evaluation with imaging study (ct. Ivp) and cystoscopy is reasonable, but likelihood to find something significant probably not more than 3-5 %. ...Read more

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Why is it so hard to find out normal urine creatinine and calcium levels for a 5 yr old if 3, 3 creatinine, 2.4 calcium. What is norm? Shud I worry?

Why is it so hard to find out normal urine creatinine and calcium levels for a 5 yr old if 3, 3 creatinine, 2.4 calcium. What is norm? Shud I worry?

Worthless number: The total creatinine put out varies primarily with the total mass of skeletal muscle. You'll never find a "normal" value for either. The concentration is even more variable as it depends on how much water was drunk. The urine creatinine is measured only as something to compare with a semi-constant, the creatinine. People aren't numbers, and we do a disservice focusing on labs apart from history. ...Read more

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Is there no cure to low ionized calcium and high intact pth? My creatinine level is within the normal level. What's the cure to this?

Is there no cure to low ionized calcium and high intact pth? My creatinine level is within the normal level. What's the cure to this?

Things to check: Hi. I would recommend checking 25-hydroxyvitamin D, 1, 25-dihydroxyvitamin D, and 24-hour urine for calcium and creatinine. If indicated, get worked up for intestinal malabsorption. Your secondary hyperparathyroidism is a physiologic response of the parathyroids to a threat of low blood calcium. ...Read more

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My calcium levels are a little high, vit. D is very low, creatinine is 1.22 and egfr is 59. Possible hyperparathyroid? What should my gp check next?

My calcium levels are a little high, vit. D is very low, creatinine is 1.22 and egfr is 59. Possible hyperparathyroid? What should my gp check next?

Parathyroid hormone,: Level to be checked first with phosphorus level. Your parathyroid needs to be low in the context of high calcium. If high or even normal, and not low, would check parathyroid nuclear scan. If an adenoma (benign tumor) is found, it will need to be removed or you will need to see endocrinologist or nephrologist for further management. ...Read more

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Clarification: 5 yr old: urine test is trace of blood, creatinine 3.3mg/dl
and calcium 2.4 how concerned should we be? She don't see dr till aug 12

Clarification: 5 yr old: urine test is trace of blood, creatinine 3.3mg/dl<br/> and calcium 2.4 how concerned should we be? She don't see dr till aug 12

Screening test: The ratio of the components on this study look for evidence of higher than normal calcium excretion. At 5, the expeccted ratio of calcium to creatinine would be. 42 while the numbers you cite give a ratio of. 73. This suggests higher calcium loss. It can be seen in a variety of conditions. Confirmatory tests may include a 24 hour urine collection. Timing of your followup is adequate. ...Read more

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M58, my back hurts, I can not stand up from sitting position, my cbc, esr, calcium, creatinine normal. Am I safe from multiple myeoloma (upto some extnt?

M58, my back hurts, I can not stand up from sitting position, my cbc, esr, calcium, creatinine normal. Am I safe from multiple myeoloma (upto some extnt?

What makes U feel MM: That's an unusual question to ask if you have multiple myeloma. Is that something your pcp has discussed with your? It's not a normal finding that one looks for when a person can't go from sitting to standing easily. There are other more common factors that can do this that needs to be explored further, since you have a diabetic background. Have your doctor do an exam to determine the cause. ...Read more

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I like to know what albumin serum 4.4 calcium serum 9.8 creatinine serum and posassium serum 3.8 protein total serum 6.9 and sodium serum 142?

I like to know what albumin serum 4.4 calcium serum 9.8 creatinine serum and posassium serum 3.8 protein total serum 6.9 and sodium serum 142?

Blood tests: There are a few diseases that leap out from blood tests. Most of the time, however, blood tests don't tell the doctor much on their own. These results fall into the second group, not very specific. They do not sound alarming. ...Read more

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My mother is 84 years old with a creatinine of 1.9 and a calcium level of 11.4 what does this mean?

No simple answer: These values could at worst be an indication of multiple myeloma. Or more likely, she has some kidney impairment due to age and high blood pressure and perhaps the elevated calcium is due to her hydrochlorothiazide. The findings could be caused by hyperparathyroidism. The parathyroid glands are imbedded im the thyroid gland in the neck and sometimes surgery can be necessary to fix this. See doc. ...Read more

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Are these labs cause for concern? Calcium 8.7 L Creatinine 0.61 L Anion Gap 13.9 H Epithelial Cells- Many WBC-10-20

Are these labs cause for concern? Calcium 8.7 L Creatinine 0.61 L Anion Gap 13.9 H Epithelial Cells- Many WBC-10-20

May be WBC: All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, I trust the WBC 10-20 was in urine. If so, it should be repeated with proper urine collection of mid-stream specimen, after cleaning the external genitalia. Your doctor can advise on proper collection technique. Others are okay. ...Read more

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For a spot urine test for 50lb girl, is trace blood, calcium 2.4, creatinine 3.3 within normal range? If not what can it be from? How can I help her

As answered earlier: A spot urinary calcium to creatinine ratio of 2.4/3.3 is. 72, which is high for age and means more calcium is being lost than normal. This can also explain the urine red blood cells, as calcium buildup in the kidneys has this effect. There are several possible causes. Followup with your doc at your scheduled appointment and complete the evaluation. ...Read more

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What's the indicator that a person has kidney disease? Is it low calcium, abnormal Intact PTH, high Creatinine level, or what? Explain.

What's the indicator that a person has kidney disease? Is it low calcium, abnormal Intact PTH, high Creatinine level, or what? Explain.

Several things: Hi. Depending on the type of kidney disease, Several things are possible, but the most general lab test is an increase in serum creatinine. Some kidney diseases can present with normal creatinine and an increase in urinary protein, increase in blood pressure, blood in the urine, etc. Please see a kidney doctor (nephrologist) to be evaluated. They are excellent physiologists and physicians. ...Read more

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Daughter 2.5 yrs old has crystals in urine. Ultrsoundof kidneys normal. Urine analysis normal. But uric acid/ creatinine 1.1 and calcium/cr. 26. Why?

Daughter 2.5 yrs old has crystals in urine. Ultrsoundof kidneys normal. Urine analysis normal. But uric acid/ creatinine 1.1 and calcium/cr. 26. Why?

What's the worry?: Crystals precipitate in most people's urine as it cools and usually mean absolutely nothing. The amount of uric acid is mostly a function of its production which is mostly about diet and not a worry. Calcium / creatinine ratio in grams/grams of. 260 is normal. Perhaps there is a misunderstanding. ...Read more

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8.0 protein, creatinine 0.96 mg/dL, chloride 101 mmol/L, gfr >60, calcium 10 Mg/dl. Bun 16. Alt 17. NORMAL? 22 YEARS OLD, is it multiple myeloma

8.0 protein, creatinine 0.96 mg/dL, chloride 101 mmol/L, gfr >60, calcium 10 Mg/dl. Bun 16. Alt 17. NORMAL? 22 YEARS OLD, is it multiple myeloma

Could be okay...: This test report could be normal for you and it is hard to jump into a diagnosis of multiple myeloma based on this set of lab report. To put all pieces for good care at this time of your life has not to be that hard by following instructions described in the article in https://ebettercare. Com/feel-become-sick/. Then you can work better and closer with the doctor so to get right conclusion / care. ...Read more

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Ckd stage 3, pth 99, calcium 9.5, creatinine 1.41, AA female, 50 years old, and have 4 small cysts with numerous small nodules. Vitamin d level 18.?

Ckd stage 3, pth 99, calcium 9.5, creatinine 1.41, AA female, 50 years old, and have 4 small cysts with numerous small nodules. Vitamin d level 18.?

PTH and calcium: PTH is a bit high and you should see an Endocrinologist about this. Calcium and creatinine are OK but the very low vitamin D is hard to explain. Please also discuss this in detail with your kidney specialist. ...Read more

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I have an enlarged spleen, low ast/sgot, low bun/creatinine, high chlorine level, low lymphocytes, low calcium, and trace of urine leukocyte. Thoughts?

I have an enlarged spleen, low ast/sgot, low bun/creatinine, high chlorine level, low lymphocytes, low calcium, and trace of urine leukocyte. Thoughts?

Any symptoms?: If you do not have any symptoms, there is no point in chasing laboratory results.
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Just picked up my labs what do these results mean. Potassium 5.5, chloride 97, bun 25, creatinine 2.2, calcium 10.2 / GFR 24.45 thanks?

Just picked up my labs what do these results mean. Potassium 5.5, chloride 97, bun 25, creatinine 2.2, calcium 10.2 / GFR 24.45 thanks?

Azotemia: Bun, creatinine and GFR are the indicator of kidney function. In your case creatinine is 2.2 high as compared to blood urea nitrogen is 25, border line. It is renal insufficiency. You have mild decline in kidney function. It may be due to hypertension. Please recheck in a week. Good luck. ...Read more

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BUN 12mg dl, sodium 139, potassium 3.6, bicarbonate 22, chloride 104, creatinine 1.5, total calcium 11.2, iodize calcium 5.6, I did urinalysis and no protein or blood was found in my urine, I did kidney scan and my kidneys were perfect, Am I ok?

BUN 12mg dl, sodium 139, potassium 3.6, bicarbonate 22, chloride 104, creatinine 1.5, total calcium 11.2, iodize calcium 5.6, I did urinalysis and no protein or blood was found in my urine, I did kidney scan and my kidneys were perfect, Am I ok?

See below: All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, your serum calcium is higher than normal and you should discuss it with your doctor. You may consult this site for information on this topic:
https://medlineplus. Gov/ency/article/003477.htm ...Read more