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  1. What Can I Do With Creatinine 5

    What can I do with creatinine 5? Kidney disease patients may often ask this question and want to find an effective way to lower creatinine level. With this regard, we first should know what creatinine is. What is creatinine? Creatinine is a...

    Release time: 2014-01-22 07:34:34
  2. What Should I Eat To Control My Creatinine Level

    Creatinine is a byproduct of muscle. Healthy kidneys eliminate this byproduct, but impaired or diseased kidneys cause creatinine to accumulate to toxin levels in your bloodstream, increasing the risk of health complications. Hence reduce th...

    Release time: 2014-02-16 08:05:57
  3. A Natural Way Helps Lower High BUN And Creatinine Ratio

    A BUN/Creatinine ratio helps your health professional predict which conditions, such as dehydration, may be causing abnormal BUN and creatinine levels and decreased kidney function. If it is elevated, the kidneys are not working properly. T...

    Release time: 2014-01-17 09:10:58
  4. What Is The Normal BUN-Creatinine Ratio

    One of our messages reads that can you tell me what the normal BUN-Creatinine ratio is. Of course, we will tell you the detailed information. First, you should what blood urea nitrogen and creatinine is respectively. BUN stands for Blood Ur...

    Release time: 2014-01-15 01:25:24
  5. What Is Considered As A Dangerous Creatinine Level

    What is a dangerous creatinine level? Kidney disease patients usually are diagnosed of high creatinine level. Well, is it dangerous of high creatinine level? And what is the dangerous creatinine level? To know clearly about this question, l...

    Release time: 2014-01-12 08:40:59
  6. Creatinine

    What is creatinine? Creatinine is a chemical waste product in the blood that passes through the kidneys to be filtered and eliminated in the urine. This chemical waste is a by-product of normal muscle contractions. In muscles, creatine will...

    Release time: 2014-01-07 16:59:23

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