3, low hematocrit, and a blood urea nitrogen (BUN) and creatinine (Cr) of 25 and 2.
What does BUN stand for?
BUN stands for Blood Urea Nitrogen
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We have 9 other meanings of BUN in our Acronym Attic
- Balliol Undergraduate Mathematics Society (Balliol College, Oxford University; UK)
- Bath University Maths Society (UK)
- Bell Umbilical Management System (offshore drilling)
- Bicycle United Motocross Society (est. 1970; California)
- Brandon University Music Students (Canada)
- Bristol University Music Society (Bristol, England, UK)
- BumperMunchers (online racing group)
- Brooklyn United Methodist Youth (Brooklyn Park, MN)
- Baustoff-Union Neuenhagen (German energy firm; Neuenhagen, Brandenburg, Germany)
- Bike User Network (University of Southampton; UK)
- Boeddhistische Unie Nederland (Dutch: Buddhist Union Netherlands; est. 1978; Netherlands)
- Bottom-Up Nanomachines (nanotechnology)
- Buffalo, New York (border patrol sector)
- Biomass Users Network-Central America (est. 1991; San Jose, Costa Rica; renewable energy research)
- British Universities North America Club
- Bureau of Navigation (US Navy)
- Bureau of Naval Personnel
- Belgian United Nations Command
- Blonde Un Chick (The X-Files)
- BOINC UK Newsletter Circular
Samples in periodicals archive:
Similar blood urea nitrogen (BUN) concentrations across all diets indicate efficient utilization of N[H.
2], and reduced blood urea nitrogen, serum phosphorus, and uric acid levels.
Both groups taking active tablets experienced minor drops in red blood cells, haemoglobin, haematocrit and platelets which were not dose dependent, and biochemistry further revealed increases in the kidney function parameters, serum sodium, blood urea nitrogen and creatinine concentrations.
Serum blood urea nitrogen, creatinine, and urinalysis were also normal.
Increases in blood urea nitrogen (BUN) concentrations can be seen in mammals with gastrointestinal hemorrhage because blood contains highly digestible proteins (albumin and hemoglobin).
Laboratory studies revealed a serum glucose level of 280 mg/dL, a blood urea nitrogen level of 8 mg/dL, a creatinine level of 0.
8) They also found fluctuations in hearing during single dialysis events; these fluctuations were transient and independent of changes in levels of sodium, potassium, calcium, blood urea nitrogen, glucose, blood pressure, and weight.