Creatinine 3.8 and BUN 7.2 Means What for Kidney Disease Patient2016-02-17 16:56
Creatinine and BUN are two indications of kidney disease, both of them are the wastes which need kidney to filter out of the body in the form of urine. Then creatinine 3.8 and BUN 7.2 means what for Kidney Disease patient?
Creatinine 3.8 and BUN 7.2 means what for kidney disease patient?
The normal range for Creatinine is between 0.5 mg/dl and 1.1 mg/dl for women, 0.6 mg/dl-1.2 mg/dl for man. BUN is about 3.6-7.1 mmol/L. When all of them are above this range, you need to pay attention to your kidney.
According to our experience, Creatinine 3.8 and BUN 7.2 are higher than the normal range, that means the kidneys have been damaged in some degree.
What is Creatinine and BUN?
Creatinine is the product of the muscle. Under normal circumstances, creatinine level stands still as our muscle is stable. Meanwhile creatinine needs to be discharged out of the body in the form of urine. Keeping them for a long time in the body results in lots of complications and various symptoms.
The protein breaks down thus forming the BUN. BUN as a metabolic wastes is also needed to be filtered out of the body so as to prevent the pollution for blood.
What kind of treatment is helpful for lowering the high creatinine level and BUN level?
Blood Purification aims at removing wastes and toxins out of the body thus avoiding further kidney damage and protecting the remaining renal function. Blood Purification contain plasma exchange, hemodialysis, hemofiltration, hemoperfusion and immune absorption. They do best in clearing away all the wastes and toxins in the different sizes thus keeping clear blood and relieving the heavy burden on kidney. Creatinine and BUN are two kinds of useless substances and are also removed out of the body in the form of urine.
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