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What means a high creatinin clearance levels?My serum creatinin is 0, 8ml/dl, and clearance creatinin was 161ml/min with normal values 70 to 130ml/min.
Sounds like: Your kidney function is good and everything is working fine. ...Read more
Having continuous vomiting n fever on&off since 12 days, urine test shows serum creatinin :2.7, urea 108. has diabetes. Is it serious any suggestions?
Dear doctors ... my father had a brain stroke one month ago ... now his creatinin clearance is 49.87 , serum creatinin is 2.12 and urea ia 75 !!!
Dehydration: Those values suggest he is dehydrated. Encourage him to drink more fluids if he is able to swallow effectively. ...Read more
Hi, I had a random microalbumin urine test done. It came back as 54.6 ug/mL. My creatinin, serum at 0.76 mg/dl. Should I worry?
How's your BP?: Your creatinine is normal. However you have protein in your urine, which may be a sign of early kidney disease. How's your blood pressure? Are you diabetic? If you are, is it well-controlled? Do you smoke? They are many chronic diseases and medications that affect kidney function over time. You should speak with the doctor who ordered the tests to find out how you can prevent long-term disease. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Low serum phophate/creatinin+phosphate excretion 24h urine, high tubular phophate reabsorption+urine d-pyr/crea ratio. Normal CA/PTH/Dvit/intake. Bad?
Do not worry: probably not problematicGet a more detailed answer ›
Is it possible to have a (starting) renal dysfunction even if creatinin in blood serum is normal? What are symptoms? And how to test for it?
Hyperbilirubinemia: Yes, it is elevated..and several things can attribute to this. Alcoholic hepatitis, gallstones, cirrhosis, transfusion reactions and pancreatic cancers to name several causes. Gilbert's syndrome is a common, mild liver condition in which the liver doesn't properly process a substance called bilirubin. Bilirubin is produced by the breakdown of red blood cells. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Clot vs no clot: Serum is the liquid portion of the blood that is obtained after allowing the blood to clot. Plasma is the liquid portion of the blood that is obtained by centrifugation of blood that is not allowed to clot. The difference between the two is that plasma has coagulation factors and other proteins that are not present in serum. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am not aware: Of any clinical use of dialyzed serum. Such products are available from animal sources and are utilized in culture systems for study of blood stem cells and progenitors. I would be suspect of a claim for human therapeutic use. ...Read more
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