Similar results were also found by (Belibasakis and Tsirgogianni, 1996) who found that diet containing dried citrus pulp had no effect on blood urea nitrogen
in dairy cows.
There was no change in creatinine, blood urea nitrogen
(BUN), potassium, calcium, magnesium, uric acid, parathyroid hormone, or hemoglobin levels.
Blood Urea Nitrogen
(BUN) and serum creatinine (Scr) were registered at the time of admission and 24 hrs after hospitalization.
To avoid this interference, patient monitoring should be performed by drawing samples from peripheral veins, by measuring creatinine using Jaffe methods, and/or by following blood urea nitrogen
The blood urea nitrogen
(BUN) and creatinine were higher (P<0.05) in lambs fed RUP25 and RUP35 diets than those fed RUP45 and RUP55 diets.
Biochemical parameters revealed high uric acid blood level, high blood urea nitrogen
and serum creatinine levels, along with important biological inflammatory syndrome.
Serum calcium, phosphate, blood urea nitrogen
(BUN), creatinine, parathyroid hormone levels, coagulation factors profile, prothrombin time, activated partial thromboplastin time, protein C and S assay, erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR), c-reactive protein (CRP), amylase and lipase can help establish a presumed cause.
In studiesit's shown that, mung beans reduce the blood glucose, glucagon, plasma C-peptide and levels of blood urea nitrogen
in non-human type-2 diabetic patients.
The level of creatinine and blood urea nitrogen
returned to normal range in postoperative day (POD) 3.
Laboratory examinations were normal except blood urea nitrogen
: 35 mg/dl, creatinine: 1.45 mg/dl, hemoglobin: 10.5 g/dl, and leukocyte counts: 17,000/mm [sup]3 .
Initial laboratory examination revealed abnormalities as follows : l0 eukocyte counts 28.8 x 10 [sup] /[micro]L; procalcitonin >200 ng/mL; blood urea nitrogen
77.7 mg/dL; and creatinine 10.6 mg/dL.
In another way, cows fed raw soybean diet had lower levels of blood urea (24.0 mg/dL) and blood urea nitrogen
(11.10 mg/dL) compared with cows fed control diet (28.10 and 13.12 mg/dL, respectively) and diet containing corn gluten meal (29.42 and 13.75 mg/dL, respectively).
Increased hemoglobin during acute stroke seems related to clinical deterioration after stroke, as does an elevated blood urea nitrogen
(BUN)/creatinine ratio and serum osmolality.
5 shows that there was significant (P<0.05) rise in mean blood urea nitrogen
level during treatment, although it did not cross the normal level.
Her white blood count, blood urea nitrogen
, creatinine, and liver function levels were elevated.