serum creatinine level

serum creatinine level

the concentration of creatinine in serum, used as a diagnostic sign of renal impairment.
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Moreover, the authors mentioned in the methodology section that they diagnosed chronic renal failure if the serum creatinine level of the patient were above 1.
The mean serum creatinine level prior to pregnancy was 1.
Patients in the empagliflozin group also had a significantly lower risk of progression to macroalbuminuria or clinically relevant renal outcomes, such as a doubling of the serum creatinine level and initiation of renal replacement therapy, than did those in the placebo group," Dr.
To standardize the definition for CIN The Acute Kidney Injury Network (AKIN) proposed new diagnostic criteria including the increase in serum creatinine level of >0.
In our hospital, patients whose preoperative blood test revealed a serum creatinine level greater than 1.
A commonly used clinical estimation of renal function is based upon serum creatinine level as a surrogate marker, applying the Cockcroft-Gault formula.
In fact, the serum creatinine level is in a significant positive correlation with the body height and mass in children [34], while the serum concentration of cysC after the first year of life and during the childhood is stable and is not subjected to these factors.
The authors concluded that the hypothyroid state is associated with a consistent elevation in the serum creatinine level, presumably related to a decrease in the GFR.
The serum creatinine level was 263 [micro]mol/L, which was 62 [micro]mol/L one month ago.
Less dramatic consequences created by concern for contrast-induced nephropathy (CIN) were the adoption of "preventive" measures, such as formal patient questionnaires and measurements of precontrast serum creatinine level or estimated glomerular filtration rate.
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.