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RFT / Renal Function Tests / Kidney Function Tests – Total 9 Test

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Quick Overview

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The 24-Hour urinary Creatinine (Creat) test helps in evaluating the health of the kidneys.

Why Get Tested?
It is done as a part of regular comprehensive or basic metabolic testing. Your doctor may suggest you if you show symptoms of kidney disorders or in case of health problems that may affect kidney health. It is also done in order to monitor the treatment for Kidney problems.

How Is It Done?
A 24-hour urine sample is collected for the test. Some health issues may also require a random urine sample.

Any Preparation Needed?

Overnight fasting is preferred and avoid eating meat a day before the tests.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”Urea”]Quick Overview
The Blood Urea test, also known as Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN), helps in evaluating your kidney’s health. It is also used for diagnosing any kidney disorders as well as monitoring the related treatment.

Why Get Tested?
The test is done as a part of regular comprehensive and basic metabolic panel tests. Your doctor may also recommend you this specific test if you show signs and symptoms of kidney disorders.

How Is It Done?
A blood sample is drawn from a vein in the arm.

Any Preparation Needed?

No.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”Uric Acid”]Quick Overview
The serum Uric Acid (UA) test, also known as serum urate, helps in detecting uric acid levels in the blood. It also helps in monitoring the levels of uric acid while undergoing radiation treatment or chemotherapy. It is also used to diagnose kidney stones or risks of formation.

Why Get Tested?
Your doctor will suggest this test if you show symptoms of gout, undergoing chemotherapy or other radiation therapies, or have a history of recurrent kidney stones.

How Is It Done?

A blood sample is drawn from a vein in the arm. Some health conditions may also require a 24-hour urine sample.

Any Preparation Needed?

No.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”Total Protein”]Quick Overview
The Serum protein test, also known as Total Protein (TP) and Albumin/Globulin Ration (A/G ratio), helps in determining the nutritional status and diagnosing liver and kidney problems.

Why Get Tested?

It is done as a regular health checkup or when you go through unexpected weight loss and fatigue. Your doctor may also suggest when you show symptoms of liver or kidney disease.

How Is It Done?
A blood sample is drawn from a vein in the arm or fingerstick.

Any Preparation Needed?
No.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”Albumin”]Quick Overview
The Albumin (ALB) test helps in screening and diagnosing a kidney disease or liver disorder. It also helps in evaluating the nutritional status of hospitalized patients.

Why Get Tested?
It is included in a regular blood test or when there are symptoms of kidney disease or liver disorder. It is also advised in case you have lost weight without reason, malnutrition, and prior to surgeries.

How Is It Done?

A blood sample is drawn from the vein in your arm.

Any Preparation Needed?

No.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”Albumin Globulin”]Quick Overview
The Albumin (ALB) test helps in screening and diagnosing a kidney disease or liver disorder. It also helps in evaluating the nutritional status of hospitalized patients.

Why Get Tested?

It is included in a regular blood test or when there are symptoms of kidney disease or liver disorder. It is also advised in case you have lost weight without reason, malnutrition, and prior to surgeries.

How Is It Done?

A blood sample is drawn from the vein in your arm.

Any Preparation Needed?
No.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”A/G Ratio”]Quick Overview
The Serum protein test, also known as Total Protein (TP) and Albumin/Globulin Ration (A/G ratio), helps in determining the nutritional status and diagnosing liver and kidney problems.

Why Get Tested?
It is done as a regular health checkup or when you go through unexpected weight loss and fatigue. Your doctor may also suggest when you show symptoms of liver or kidney disease.

How Is It Done?

A blood sample is drawn from a vein in the arm or fingerstick.

Any Preparation Needed?

No.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”Calcium – Total”]Quick Overview
The Calcium test, also known as Total calcium or Ionized Calcium, helps with the screening, diagnosing, and monitoring a number of health problems.

Why Get Tested?
It is done as a part of regular metabolic panel testing or else when you show symptoms of health disorders related to bones, kidneys, thyroid, parathyroid, and nerves. It is also done to monitor ionized calcium levels when you are critically ill or suffering from cancer.

How Is It Done?

A blood sample is drawn from a vein in the arm. A urine sample may also be required for certain conditions.

Any Preparation Needed?

No.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”Phosphorous”]Quick Overview
The Inorganic Phosphorus (P) serum test, helps in evaluating the phosphorus levels in your blood and diagnosing medical conditions caused due to abnormal phosphorous levels.

Why Get Tested?
It is a follow-up test to the abnormal calcium test reports. It is also done when you are suffering from a kidney problem or uncontrolled diabetes.

How Is It Done?
A blood sample is drawn from a vein in the arm. Some medical conditions may also require a urine sample for the test.

Any Preparation Needed?
Overnight fasting is recommended for taking the sample.[/vc_toggle]

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