High Creatinine Level

Creatinine levels are a good indication of the condition of kidney health. It can reflect how well your kidneys can eliminate waste from the body. Here is a creatinine levels chart, and you can take it as a reference to check your kidney fu

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Creatinine Levels Chart

2014-11-26 15:55

Creatinine Levels ChartCreatinine levels are a good indication of the condition of kidney health. It can reflect how well your kidneys can eliminate waste from the body. Here is a creatinine levels chart, and you can take it as a reference to check your kidney function.

But the standard may differ in different hospital and lab. Therefore, you’d better consult your doctor or you can send your test report to kidney-symptoms@hotmail.com for free help. Normal creatinine levels are listed as follows.

Normal creatinine levels are measured in milligrams (1mg=1/1000 of a gram) and deciliters (1dl=1/10 of a liter). Normal creatinine level ranges will depend on age, gender, body muscle, and other health factors.

● Adult Males

The normal range of creatinine in a healthy adult male is 0.6 to 1.2 mg/dl. Generally speaking, creatinine levels higher than 5-8mg/dl requires a dialysis.

● Adult Females

The normal range of creatinine in a healthy adult female is 0.5 to 1.1 mg/dl.

● Infants

Since creatinine is the by-product of muscle metabolism inside the body, the normal range for an infant will start at 0.2 mg/dl and will range up from that point depending on how well developed the infant is. A creatinine level at 2.0 mg/dl or higher in an infant would indicate severe kidney disease or failure.

● Individuals with One Kidney

An individual who has had one kidney removed may have a normal creatinine level of 1.8 or 1.9 mg/dl.

● Special Circumstances

Muscle builders usually have a higher creatinine level than others. While elders may have lower creatinine levels than other adults, since muscle mass diminishes with age. In any disease that results in muscle wasting (e.g. malnutrition, chronic illnesses, and rapid weight loss), the creatinine level may be low for the individual’s age and gender.

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