what is the normal creatinine level for male
The normal serum creatinine level is 0.6-1.5mg/dL for an adult. A high creatinine level is an indicator for poor kidney function.
That is at the high end of normal. It also depends on whether you are a female or a male. Females generally have a lower serum creatinine level because they generally have a lower muscle mass than males. Creatinine is a byproduct of the breakdown product of creatine, which is an important part of muscle tissue. It is normal for the body to breakdown muscle as it also builds up muscle to maintain homeostasis. So the 1.4 serum creatinine was a result of a test your doctor gave you to check how your kidneys are functioning, and 1.4 is within a normal range.
0.4 - 1.0 (on most lab tests).
Creatinine levels refer to the function of one's kidneys. If you are speaking of a healthy 80 year old male then the average lab value for creatinine is 0.9-1.3 mg/dl
3.1 is high I guess.
A normal adult BUN is 10-20 mg/dl. A normal creatinine is 0.6-1.2 mg/dl. These values should be very close to having a 1:20 (createnine:BUN) ratio, this indicates normal kidney function.
My creatinine 1.29, Uric Acid 6.30, Protein Total 8.00, Albumin 4.64, A:G Ratio 1.38, Globulin 3.36, Urea Nitrogen, Blood (BUN) 13.08I am Normal Yes/Not Plz. Anser
Are you sure is 117mg? They usually express in umol and the range is up to 110umol, then a 117umol shouldn't be so bad.
What is a normal cholestrol level for a 70 year old male?
The normal level of haemoglobin in the blood for an adult male is 14-16.5 g/dL.