my mother age 60 , she is a astma percnt recently.she sufferd with heart attack .now its normal but last 3 days she cant urine its comes out blood also pain .this her blood test report .
(k)- 3.55 mmol
urea 207 mg
bun -97.2 mg
plz help .me is her kidney ok or not ok???
How is your mother? What other symptoms are present and what other diagnostic tests were done? A normal range for blood urea nitrogen is generally 8 to 24 mg/dL for adult men and 6 to 21 mg/dL (for adult women while the normal range for creatinine in the blood may be 0.6 to 1.3 milligrams per deciliter . The normal results can vary from lab to lab, between men and women, and by age. A high blood urea nitrogen level means the kidneys are not working well. Other issues such as urinary tract obstruction, congestive heart failure or gastrointestinal bleeding, shuck, dehydration, certain medications and burns or fever may also cause an increase. Increased creatinine levels may also be attributed to low blood volume, eat a large amount of meat or take certain medications. It is best that you discuss the results with your doctor for proper evaluation. Take care and do keep us posted. Best regards.
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