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creatinine

 [kre-at´ĭ-nin]
a nitrogenous compound formed as the end product of creatine metabolism. It is formed in the muscle in relatively small amounts, passes into the blood and is excreted in the urine. A laboratory test for the creatinine level in the blood may be used as a measurement of kidney function (see creatinine clearance).
creatinine clearance test a test of renal function based on the rate of creatinine clearance.

cre·at·i·nine (Cr),

(krē-at'i-nēn, -nin), Do not confuse this word with creatine.
A component of urine and the final product of creatine catabolism; formed by the nonenzymatic dephosphorylative cyclization of phosphocreatine to form the internal anhydride of creatine.

creatinine

(krē-ăt′n-ēn′, -ĭn)
n.
A creatine anhydride, C4H7N3O, formed by the metabolism of creatine, that is found in muscle tissue and blood and normally excreted in the urine as a metabolic waste.

creatinine

Nephrology The end product of creatine metabolism, which is excreted into the urine; creatinine can be used to diagnose and monitor renal failure; creatinine may be measured in amniotic fluid to determine gestational age–fetal maturity index; normal ranges vary according to the lab. See Creatinine clearance.

cre·at·i·nine

(Cr) (krē-at'i-nin)
A component of urine and the final product of creatine catabolism; formed by the nonenzymatic dephosphorylative cyclization of phosphocreatine to form the internal anhydride of creatine.

creatinine

A breakdown product of the important nitrogenous metabolic substance CREATINE. Creatinine is a normal metabolic waste substance and is found in muscle and blood and excreted in the urine.

creatinine

the nitrogenous waste material of muscle creatine.

Creatinine

The metabolized by-product of creatine, an organic acid that assists the body in producing muscle contractions. Creatinine is found in the bloodstream and in muscle tissue. It is removed from the blood by the kidneys and excreted in the urine.

cre·at·i·nine

(Cr) (krē-at'i-nin)
A component of urine and the final product of creatine catabolism; formed by the nonenzymatic dephosphorylative cyclization of phosphocreatine to form the internal anhydride of creatine.
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CKD rats exhibited higher serum creatinin and BUN levels (2.97 [+ or -] 0.3 mg/dl and 166 [+ or -] 34 mg/dl, respectively) comparing with the control rats (0.7 [+ or -] 0.2 mg/d L and 42 [+ or -] 9 mg/dl) at twelfth week of operations.
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deviation range Age 45 (20-71) 12.96 BMI 26.7 (19.5-35.2) 4.05 Stone burden 491.8 (102-1950) 433.2 ([mm.sup.2]) Operative time 101.7 (40-250) 204 Preoperative 42.1 (30.2-52.1) 4.63 hematocrit Preoperative 0.93 (0.6-1.4) 0.16 Creatinin Postoperative 37.9 (27.5-46.4) 4.83 hematocrit Postoperative 0.99 (0.6-1.6) 0.2 Creatinin
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It shows that HIE cases with abnormal outcome has a significant HIE scores (initial, maximum &day 7) and significant metabolic academia and increased lactate / creatinin ratio, compared with HIE cases with normal outcome (p< 0.001).
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