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Hemoglobin 12 3 Bun 25 Creatinine 1 9
My 2 yr old son had bun, bun/creatinine ratio and hemoglobin done. His hemoglobin was 10.8, bun 17, and creatinine 40. What does this mean?Concerning?
Ok, with explanation: I suspect the creatinine was 0.40, not 40. Unless the units are different. Either way, the BUN and creatinine are fine in this case, and what you'd expect. The ratio, bun/cr is going to be huge since the creatinine is expected to be low. Don't worry about that. The hemoglobin is a little low, but not hugely low. Talk with your doc about iron rich foods and a recheck in a few months. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What do these results indicate.? Hemoglobin 12.2, hematocrit 38.6, MCV 66.2, bun 6, AST 52, ALT 120, iron 23, uibc 401, % sat 5, ferritin 15,
Iron def anemia: You do have iron deficiency anemia and you should get some iron replacement. However the most important thing is to know why you have iron deficiency. How old are you? Different reasons why iron could be low- either from blood loss and GI would the most common source of bleeding, iron malabsorption on the stomach, or decrease iron intake from your food. Go to see your md for further eval & GI w/u. ...Read more
Kindly advised for my friend male 34 hemoglobin 4.1 and creatinine 34.2 levels what happen to his kidney if this is the situation. thanks.
Can be fatal: A Hgb of 4.1 suggests near cardiac collapse. If no immediate transfusion. Patient can go into irreversible cardiac failure. Having an elevated creatinine in the 30 range means kidney failure,.Creatinine is a waste product that is eliminated in urine. .With a creatinine >10 dialysis is usually suggested. Patient may be having a terminal event unless quickly transfused and hydrated. ...Read more
Is this new?: I'm not sure in what context you had these labs done but if the numbers I am reading are correct this is related to renal failure and severe anemia.It all depends if this just happened( acute) or has been going on for a while.It also depends on what else is happening and other symptoms and abnormalities found.This requires immediate evaluation if new(go to ED) or close follow up if for a long time ...Read more
What kind if food that is need to eat if you have 8.5 creatinine and 8.5 hemoglobin what best food to reduce creatinine levels.
No such thing : Creatinine is not a toxin, it's a crude surrogate marker used to calculate how much blood is cleaned per unit time and body surface. I'm assuming you are or staked asking for a dialysis patient. For diet, you mainly need to worry about potassium on phosphorus content as well as sodium. Those are far important. But there is no food to lower creatinine. ...Read more
Gfr white male 61 years if age is 74 creatinine is 1.0. Rbc.5.60 hemoglobin 16.1 hematocrit 50.6 rcd, with 53.80 rcd width cv. 15.90?
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, the only result of concern is your GFR. It would be prudent to consult a nephrologist to ascertain the cause and take measures to conserve your kidney function. ...Read more
It cannot be cure in blood tranfusion only if i dont want a dialysis what other option that i can do?to creatinine 8.5 and hemoglobin 8.5 male 32 yrs
Hi creatinine low Hb: Your kidney impaitment is advanced. Uremic toxins are abundant in your blood and tissues. Your body cannot resist. Anemia is profound. EPO injections can build hemoglobin, but not reverse uremia. Please proceed and plan for dialysis, then kidney transplant. You can be greatly helped. ...Read more
Insurance blood/urine tests showed creatinine 1.3, positive/high hemoglobin and white blood cells 20 -- what does this mean?
75y old(single kidney+chronic kidney disease),creatinine (~250),hemoglobin (~9.5),red cell count(3.6),Iron serum(107). Shall we use Aranesp (darbepoetin alfa) injection?
Is Haemoglobin 6.1g?: If you have chronic kidney disease you usually can tolerate anemia (low hb) better than people with no kidney dz. This is because kidney produces erythropoietin, needed for red cell prodction in bone marrow . In your case hb of 6.1 is concerning and you need few things, get worked up for anem., consult a nephrologist , probably 1-2 units-packed redcells transfusion, iron + or -, erythropoi.Suppl. +/-. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer