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Creatine in blood is 1.30. Normal?

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my creatine blood number is 1.30 what stage of ckd am i in ?
Posted Mon, 10 Jun 2013 in Kidney Conditions
Answered by Dr. Ravi Bansal 13 hours later

Serum creatinine of 1.3 is only slightly high than normal which we generally take till 1.2 mg/dl.

The stages of CKD are on the level of GFR ( Glomerular filtration rate )

1. GFR 90+
Normal kidney function but urine findings or structural abnormalities or genetic trait point to kidney disease     
2. GFR 60-89
Mildly reduced kidney function, and other findings (as for stage 1) point to kidney disease     

3A 45-59
3B 30-44
Moderately reduced kidney function     

4. 15-29
Severely reduced kidney function     

5. <15 or on dialysis
Very severe, or endstage kidney failure (sometimes call established renal failure)     Treatment choices.

GFR can be calculated by the formula -

(140-age) x wt in KG/72 x serum creatinine

if we assume your wt to be 65 kg then GFR = 50.6 ml/min this will put you CKD STAGE 3A.

Hope this answers your query.

best wishes
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