When renal function is impaired, increasing concentrations of blood urea
KEY WORDS: Blood Urea
; Creatinine; Type 1 Diabetes; Type 2 Diabetes; Nephropathy; Glycosylated Hemoglobin
* No Significant Difference in Blood urea
nitrogen, Urea, Uric acid and 100m hurdle time for female college students.
 Regarding the objective measures of the physiological manifestation of fatigue, increased concentrations of blood metabolites, including blood urea
 and blood creatine kinase activity, [2-5] which indicate change in metabolism and muscle damage respectively, have been previously used to identify the metabolic effects of fatigue.
The patient's blood urea
was 237 mg%, creatinine 8.96 mg%, serum [Na.sup.+] 135 mEq/L and [K.sup.+] 4 mEq/L.
In addition, slow-release urea sources exhibited lower (p = 0.04) blood urea
concentration compared to feed grade urea.
The serum sodium level was slightly lower in the C group than in the T group (p = 0.02), while there were no significant group differences in the blood urea
nitrogen or serum creatinine levels.
Blood samples were sent to the laboratory for analysis of serum LDH concentration, blood urea
nitrogen (BUN) concentration, serum creatinine, alkaline phosphatase, serum alanine transaminase, serum aspartate transaminase and gamma glutamyl transferase (GGT) concentration.
For trained male swimmers significant positive correlations among CSS, blood urea
and serum urea nitrogen were found.
Enzymatically measured creatinine concentration (Roche Diagnostics, COBAS 8000) was significantly decreased 24 h after admission (Table 1), inconsistent with clinical features and blood urea
The blood urea
nitrogen (BUN) and creatinine were higher (P<0.05) in lambs fed RUP25 and RUP35 diets than those fed RUP45 and RUP55 diets.
12% CP 16% CP Variables Without With fat Without With fat fat fat Blood urea
, N-urea 15.9 14.0 28.4 27.4 mg [dL.sup.-1] Urinary Urea, mM 672 702 1791 1764 Value of P Variables MSE Protein Fat Protein x Fat Blood urea
, N-urea 0.006 0.01 0.14 0.23 mg [dL.sup.-1] Urinary Urea, mM 0.488 0.01 0.83 0.81 MSE--mean standard error; P--statistical probability.