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    What If A Person BUN Is 43

    BUN (Blood Urea Nitrogen) is a major end metabolic product of protein. As a waste product, healthy kidneys filter the BUN by-product out of your body through urine. Just like creatinine level, it also ...[Read More]

    Should I Be Concerned About A BUN Level of 53

    BUN (Blood Urea Nitrogen) is an indicator to reflect how well your kidneys are working, which is the metabolic products of protein. Normally, it is formed in liver and discharged out by the kidneys. We...[Read More]

    Is There Anything to Be Concerned with 32 BUN Level

    Is there anything to be concerned with 32 BUN level? Some patients with kidney damage may have the concern. Actually, an elevated BUN level should be concerned by patients. How dangerous is BUN 32 leve...[Read More]

    What Is the Critical BUN Level

    Just likes serum creatinine, BUN (Blood Urea Nitrogen) is also a test to evaluate kidney function. To know which BUN level you have can help you and your doctor to take right treatment. What is the cri...[Read More]

    How Does A Renal Patient Lower High BUN Level

    High BUN level is a common symptom of kidney disease. Meanwhile, it is also an alarm which shows that kidney has been damaged. Therefore, it is important to lower elevated BUN level for people with kid...[Read More]

    What Can I do to Lower BUN Levels

    BUN is short for blood urea nitrogen. Like creatinine, both of them are metabolic waste products and they also can show how kidneys are functioning. Normally, it can discharged by the kidneys. As for h...[Read More]

    How Can I Reduce Excess Urea From the Blood

    Blood urea is a kind of waste product from the liver and it is also one of reliable indicators to reflect renal function. High blood urea often occurs when you have kidney damage, high protein diet, hy...[Read More]

    What Are Signs of Increased Blood Urea Nitrogen

    High blood urea nitrogen can bring a lot of symptoms to people, and it likely implies that there is something wrong with your kidneys. If left untreated, it will keep increasing. In this case, dialysis...[Read More]

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