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Serum Creatinine

What is Serum Creatinine Test?

A serum creatinine test is an important component of healthcare assessments as it provides useful information about the efficiency of kidney performance. Serum creatinine levels that are elevated usually indicate reduced kidney function, making it a common test for monitoring individuals with known renal disorders. Abnormally low levels, on the other hand, may indicate serious liver disease or a protein-deficient diet. Regular creatinine level monitoring using serum analysis tests is essential for identifying and managing kidney-related diseases.

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  • Sample TypeSemen
  • Preparations RequiredAbstain from sexual activity, which includes ejaculation and masturbation, for 2 to 5 days before the test.
  • Report Time6 Hours

Serum Creatinine Normal Range

Normal creatinine levels can vary slightly between laboratories due to differences in equipment and techniques used, but generally, for adult men, the normal range is between 0.74 to 1.35 mg/dL, and for adult women, it's between 0.59 to 1.04 mg/dL. However, these values can vary based on age and body size. Understanding creatinine normal results is essential for appropriately diagnosing renal function. In addition, healthcare providers may use the glomerular filtration rate (GFR) as a supplement to examine renal function more accurately.

Other Serum analysis tests to consider include blood urea serum, alpha fp test, bilirubin in serum, c creatinine protein, cr level, and normal fasting serum glucose level. These tests, together with creatinine testing, help to provide a complete image of an individual's health.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The serum creatinine test plays a crucial role in healthcare evaluations by offering valuable insights into the functionality of the kidneys.

If you have symptoms of renal disease, such as edema in the hands and feet, exhaustion, or excessive urine, you may need this test. It may also be performed as part of a general health check-up or if you have diseases such as diabetes or high blood pressure can impact the functioning of the kidneys.

No, Fasting not required for serum creatinine test. However consult and take doctor’s advice regarding fasting before the test.

The normal range for a serum creatinine test is 0.74 to 1.35 mg/dL for adult men and 0.59 to 1.04 mg/dL for adult women. It is important to note that these values may differ depending on age and body size.

Elevated serum creatinine levels often indicate that your kidneys aren't working properly. The consequences of poor kidney function can be severe, affecting nearly every part of your body. You may retain excess fluid and waste products, leading to swelling, fatigue, changes in urination, and other symptoms.

Low serum creatinine levels are not typically a cause for concern and may be seen in conditions such as muscle wasting, malnutrition, certain liver diseases, or during pregnancy. However, if your levels are persistently low and you have concerns, it's best to discuss this with your healthcare provider.

levels of creatinine can lead to symptoms such as tiredness, queasiness, edema, and difficulty breathing.

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