Serum creatinine

What is Serum creatinine?

Serum creatinine is a level of creatinine in blood or serum. It is the indicator of kidney function. the normal is 0.1 to 0.9. Any increase in this indicates deterioration of kidney function i.e. cleaning and filtration of blood.

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Hi Doctor, I have diagnosed recently igA Nepthropathy after a renal biopsy , my serum creatinine level is 1.89mg/dl & protein in the urine is...

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Hi Lalindra,

I understand the frustration that you are going through now. Let me answer your specific questions.

1. You need to repeat the urine...

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hello doc. my father is a diabetic and a b.p patient. currently his serum creatnine is 2.1 , blood urea is 56 , potassium is 6.3 , na is 139 uric...

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Hello,
The reports of your father states that creatinine levels and potassium levels are high.
You should get these values repeated.If you still...

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Dr. Shantharam, I am 53 yrs. old male Normotensive but suffering with NIDDM since 1987. BMI is 21. Incidentally the Serum Creatinine was detected...

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You are diabetic for almost 25 years and renal involvement in 1995 ,renal functions are compromised but yes progression of nephropathy can be...

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