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NL GFR and CCRE
125mL/min
GFR in CRF
goes to 10mL/min and below
NL PCre
<1.3mg/dL
Total Urinary Creatinine Clearance per day
1-2 grams
BUN
8-20 mg/dL
NL BUN/Pcre
10-15
BUN/Pcre ratio in PreRenal Azotemia
greater than or equal to 20
NL FENa
<1-5%
FENa in PreRenal Azotemia
<1%
FENa in contrast agent Renal Azotemia
<1%
FENa in Renal Azotemia
>1%
FENa in PostRenal Azotemia
>1%(>4%)
UNa PreRenal Azotemia
<10mEq/L
UOsm PreRenal Azotemia
>450mOsm/kg
FENa PreRenal Azotemia
<1%
BUN/Pcre PreRenal Azotemia
>20
FENa Renal Azotemia
>4%
Hypokalemia
<3.5 mEq/L
Hyperkalemia
>5.5 mEq/L
NL Total urinary Protein/day
150mg
Minimal Proteinuria
<0.5g/day
Moderate Proteinuria(Nephritic Syndrome)
0.5-3.5g/day
Marked Proteinuria (Nephrotic Syndrome)
>3.5g/day
NL Urinary Protein/Creatinine ratio on "spot" urine
<0.2
NL Urine Osmolality on "spot"
after 12 hour fluid restriction
>800mOsm/kg
Renal Impairment Urine Osmolality on "spot"
after 12 hour fluid restriction
<400mOsm/kg
Spot Urine for Myoglobin, if positive indicates
Crush injury, polymyositis, recent surgery, rhobdomyolysis, electrical burn
universal sign that kidney fx is compromised
increased BUN and PCre
Selective Proteinuria (loss of charge barrier)
Urine IgG/Transferrin ratio
<0.1
Nonselective Proteinuria (loss of size barrier)
Urine IgG/Transferrin ratio
>0.1
Hematuria
>5 cells per hpf
Pyuria
>5 cells per hpf
Dysmorphic RBCs in Urine
Glomerulonephritis
RBC Casts in Urine
Glomerulonephritis
WBC Casts in urine
Pyelonephritis
Epithelial Cell Casts in urine
Acute Tubular Necrosis
Fatty Casts in urine
Nephrotic Syndrome
Waxy Casts in urine
Chronic Renal failure
NL Urine Dip should be - for...
Glucose, Protein, Ketones, Blood, Bilirubin, Nitrite, Leukocyte Esterase
Mic Analysis of NL Urine should be - for...
bacteria, casts
(sometimes see hyaline and epithelial cell cast)
Urine dip pos for blood but no cells under mic analysis is indicative of
Hb and Mb in urine