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My BUN/Creatinine ratio is high. What does this mean?

If your serum creatinine test and your blood urea nitrogen (BUN) test are normal, then an elevated BUN/Creatinine ratio does not signify anything.  It is a calculated value and does not make any diagnosis.

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My mother's biochemistry reports says that she is having blood urea around 42.0 mg/dl and serum creatinine around 0.6 mg/dl. So I just want to know about it. What does it mean?

I cannot determine a diagnosis based on the information that you provide.  You can use this information to calculate her estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR).  You can enter the information on her blood testing into an equation that will calculate her eGFR.   27 more words

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