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Bun

A unit of weight in Taiwan approximately equivalent to 37.5 milligrams. It is used primarily in the sale of bulk foodstuffs.
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However, it must be remembered that the levels of blood urea nitrogen associated with optimal performance differ among types of cattle and their production situation.
Effects of synchronizing the rate of dietary energy and nitrogen release on ruminal fermentation, microbial protein synthesis, blood urea nitrogen and nutrient digestibility in beef cattle.
The plasma samples collected from each animal were assayed for blood urea nitrogen (BUN) according to the method described by Oltner and Berglund (1982).
Serum electrolytes and blood urea nitrogen levels and results of coagulation study and urine analysis were normal.
His hemoglobin, hematocrit, serum creatine, blood urea nitrogen, and serum uric acid concentrations were within normal limits (13.
Japan) were used to determine glucose, blood urea nitrogen, triglyceride, and creatinine by an automated hemistry analyzer (Spotchem EZ SP-4430, Arkray, Saitama, Japan).
Electrolytes were within normal limits, with a blood urea nitrogen level of 31 mg/dL and creatinine of 5.
HPS was an independent predictor of survival along with age, Child-Pugh class, and blood urea nitrogen level.
3]; serum glucose, 160 mg/dL; blood urea nitrogen (BUN), 268 mg/dL; serum creatinine, 6.
Control specimens (n = 55) were selected to approximate the GHB range of the CRF samples, and all were confirmed to have blood urea nitrogen <200 mg/L.
Expanded test menus are additionally integrating the functionalities of both blood gas and electrolyte analysis to offer multiple testing of electrolytes, blood urea nitrogen, and creatinine, among others, from a single sample.
Salvage of blood urea nitrogen in sheep is highly dependent on plasma urea concentration and the efficiency of capture within the digestive tract.