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Clinical chemistry reagent FGB Cream
blood samplefor urine samplescreatinine

clinical chemistry reagent
clinical chemistry reagent
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for clinical chemistry, blood sample, for urine samples
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Serum creatinine is a waste product formed by the spontaneous dehydration of creatine. Most of the body creatine is found in muscle tissue where it is present as creatine phosphate and serves as a high-energy storage reservoir for conversion to adenosine triphosphate. The rate of creatinine formation is fairly constant with 1-2% of the body creatine being converted to creatinine every 24 hours. Serum creatinine and urea levels are elevated in patients with renal malfunction especially decreased glomerular filtration. In the early stages of kidney damage, the rise in the serum urea levels usually precedes the increase in serum creatinine.
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