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Why I Don’t Eat Pork - Very odd topic of pork consumption raising urea levels and therefore causing chest pains and some other not good things

My father is a kidney disease patient and his creatinine has up to 4.5. The doctor told us that his urea level is also very high. Is it very serious ? How to treat it ?

New blood test identifies stroke risk following heart surgery with greater accuracy than present methods.

The results of a blood test done immediately after heart surgery can be a meaningful indicator of postoperative stroke risk, a study by researchers at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center has found. An acutely elevated level of blood urea nitrogen (BUN), a measure of kidney function detected through blood testing, was the most powerful predictor of postoperative stroke among the study’s subjects.

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Creatinine Serum creatinine levels provide a more sensitive measure of renal damage than do blood urea nitrogen levels. Creatinine is a nonprotein end product of creatinine metabolism that appears in serum and amounts proportional to the body’s muscle mass.

The blood urea nitrogen or BUN is a blood test that measures the amount of urea nitrogen in the bloodstream. It reflects how well your kidneys are. When a person is dehydrated, false results might be obtained as BUN levels increase when blood is concentrated. Elevated BUN levels indicate dehydration, excessive protein intake and impaired renal function. Low BUN levels indicate over hydration, liver damage and malnutrition.

How is the condition with creatinine 1.8 and blood urea 119? Here we will introduce the normal creatinine level and blood urea level, and how to help lower high creatinine and blood urea well, hoping useful and helpful for you.