Kidney levels

Kidney function tests help determine how well your kidneys are working. Kidney function levels are examined by measuring substances in the blood that are excreted through the kidneys. If excretion is disrupted due to a temporary cause or kidney disease, the amount of substance in the blood increases. Creatinine is most often used for this purpose.

Name and abbreviation of the test: CREATININE, CRFATININE CLEARANCE P -Krea

The creatinine clearance P-Krea test is used to evaluate kidney function levels. The reference values of the test are affected by the person’s muscle mass, age and gender, but the general reference values for women 18 years of age and older are 50–90 µmol/l and for men 18 years of age and older, 60–100 µmol/l.

Test results

  • Reference values

    women ≥ 18 years of age: 50–90 µmol/l
    men ≥ 18 years of age: 60–100 µmol/l

About the test

  • General

    The examination is carried out from a blood sample. Kidney function tests do not require fasting or morning sampling.

  • Who will interpret my test results?

    The doctor in charge of the treatment is always responsible for interpreting the results.