serum creatinine level

serum creatinine level

the concentration of creatinine in serum, used as a diagnostic sign of renal impairment.
References in periodicals archive ?
A commonly used clinical estimation of renal function is based upon serum creatinine level as a surrogate marker, applying the Cockcroft-Gault formula.
Recent studies suggest that acute renal injury as indicated by elevation in serum creatinine level seen after a contrast CT examination may not be due to the contrast material.
The primary evaluations revealed glomerular hematuria of 290 mg/day, proteinuria, and a serum calcium level of 12 mg/dl along with renal failure and a serum creatinine level of 1.
5 mg/dl increase in the basal serum creatinine level observed 48 hours after exposure to the contrast medium.
Compared with a systolic pressure of 130-139 mm Hg, reducing pressure to 120-129 mm Hg did not significantly reduce risks beyond a reduced likelihood of an increased serum creatinine level.
e, "Metformin with Pioglitazone" and "Gliclazide with Pioglitazone" has been compared to reducing the serum creatinine level.
Despite of these medications, urine output was decreased, serum creatinine level was elevated up to 3.
The serum creatinine level is used commonly but is confounded by clinical and demographic factors.
The Renal Network recommends that patients with an eGFR of less than 43 mL/min or a serum creatinine level of greater than 2.
Sensitivity analysis showed that initial and severe periodontitis were each associated with an elevated serum creatinine level (men, >1.
At baseline, mean serum creatinine level was 94 umol/L, mean estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR) was 74 ml/min/1.