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creatinine

[‚krē′at·ən‚ēn]
(biochemistry)
C4H7ON3 A compound present in urine, blood, and muscle that is formed from the dehydration of creatine.
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Prior to ureteral obstruction, a blood sample for plasma creatinine baseline value (T0) was withdrawn from the left jugular vein (25-gauge needle, 0.
Micro Trace Minerals, Germany, and Trace Minerals International of Boulder, Colorado, statistically evaluated creatinine levels of first morning urines, also called baseline urines.
In contrast, relationships of mortality risk with creatinine or creatinine-based estimated GFR by quintile were weaker (1.
Overall, the most common course of postcontrast nephropathy is a transient asymptomatic creatinine rise.
Creatinine does not fulfill all requirements for an ideal marker because some tubular excretion is present in many species.
The CAP LN24 Creatinine Accuracy Calibration Verification/ Linearity Survey currently has an enrollment of more than 330 participants and includes laboratories that use a variety of commercial creatinine assays.
The relationship between serum creatinine and FBS, adjusting for sex, BMI, drug treatment effects has been studied under consideration of MAR.
On arsenic, diabetes, creatinine, and multiple regression modeling: a response to the commentaries on our reanalysis.
The aim of the study was to develop a method, suitable for the estimation of creatinine concentration, removed during dialysis through UV-absorbance.
The rate of ESRD was 103-fold higher in subjects who were identified as being at risk via the triple-marker method than in those who were identified via creatinine level alone.
The serum creatinine level is used commonly but is confounded by clinical and demographic factors.

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