Does Elevated BUN Mean Renal Insufficiency
Generally speaking, BUN (blood urea nitrogen) is used to measure kidney function. So, does elevated BUN mean renal insufficiency? Please read on to find the answer.
What is blood urea nitrogen?
It refers to the breakdown product of nitrogenous organic compounds. Normally, it can be discharged out of the body, and controlled in 1.75-8.05mmol/l by healthy kidneys. Once the kidneys are damaged severely, the excretion of waste, toxins, etc can be affected, so, BUN level will increase accordingly. In addition, acute renal failure, glomerulonephritis can also cause high BUN level.
Does elevated BUN mean renal insufficiency?
Actually, elevated the matter does not always mean renal insufficiency. Some related factors can also cause the increased the matter, such as, heart failure, urinary tract infection, fever and so on.
However, due to the illness condition varies, so, whether increased BUN means kidney insufficiency or not is decided by patients’ own condition. If you want to know the specific diagnosis, send your test report to firstname.lastname@example.org, after careful analysis, we will give you a clear answer.
Then, what can be done to lower the elevated BUN?
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can reduce high BUN level effectively. Due to the occurrence of high BUN level is caused by renal function decline and GFR damage, so, in order to lower the substance, the primary problem is to improve renal function.
Luckily, the core purpose of the method is to improve kidney function. The mechanism of the treatment is to block the process of renal fibrosis, repair the renal inherent cells, improve kidney function by dilating blood vessels, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, degradation, preventing the formation of thrombus. In this way, renal function can be improved from the root. Thereby, BUN can be lowered.
Besides, the therapy is safe, painless, all the medicine are from nature. Mostly, the cost is reasonable, most patients can afford.
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