Urea/Creatinine Ratio Test In Delhi

Urea/Creatinine Ratio Test In Delhi

Looking to book a Urea/Creatinine Ratio Test in Delhi? Read below to know more about the test.

The Urea/Creatinine ratio blood test is used to diagnose renal (kidney) disease or injury, whether acute or chronic. It can also be utilized to determine whether or not there has been any gastrointestinal bleeding or trauma. Both urea and creatinine are filtered and expelled as urine by the kidneys. The two are combined to determine total kidney function. Doctors can use the combined findings of both tests to calculate the urea-to-creatinine ratio. The tests are fantastic for checking liver and kidney function on their own, but when they are combined, doctors have a far better knowledge of kidney health and can provide a more precise diagnosis for kidney-related illnesses.

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Why is the Urea/Creatinine Ratio Test done?

The primary purposes of Urea/Creatinine Ratio tests are to assess the health of your kidneys, identify kidney disease, and track the performance of treatments being given for kidney disease or damage. The results of the urea/creatinine ratio test are effective to diagnose acute and chronic renal illness, gastrointestinal bleeding, and urinary tract blockages.

What does the Urea/Creatinine Ratio Test measure?

The urea test determines how much nitrogen is present in your blood as a result of the waste product urea. When protein is broken down in your body, urea is produced. The liver produces urea, which is then excreted through the urine. A blood creatinine test may be used to perform this test. The amount of creatinine in your blood also indicates how well your kidneys are functioning; a high creatinine level could indicate that your kidneys are not functioning properly. The urea-to-creatinine ratio can be determined using both urea and creatinine assays. It can assist your doctor in detecting issues, such as dehydration, which can result in elevated urea and creatinine levels.

Risks/side effects of Urea/Creatinine Ratio Test

There are no significant risks to this test, except for slight bruising, post the blood collection.

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What does a high BUN creatinine level mean?

High BUN creatinine levels indicate that there is too much BUN in the blood, which could indicate that your kidneys aren’t getting enough blood. Congestive heart failure, gastrointestinal hemorrhage and severe dehydration could all be shown by an abnormally high ratio.

What level of BUN indicates kidney failure?

More than 20 mg/dL.

What food should be avoided if creatinine is high?

Avoid high-protein foods, like red meat, if you’re concerned about your creatinine levels.

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Interpreting Urine/Creatinine Ratio Test Results

Urea/creatinine ratios should be between 5 and 20 mg/dL in the normal range.

The ratio of urea to creatinine rises with age and decreases with muscle mass.

A low or high ratio suggests the presence of an underlying disease or ailment, which is frequently accompanied by specific symptoms.

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