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Renal Function Test | Kidney Function Test

  • Serum Sodium 

  • Serum Potassium 
  • Serum Chloride 
  • BUN 
  • Serum Creatinine 
  • EGFR 

 

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Renal Function Test in Dubai | Kidney Function Test in Dubai

Renal function tests are crucial for diagnosing kidney disorders, monitoring chronic kidney diseases, and  assessing overall kidney health. They are often used in conjunction with clinical history, physical exams,  and other diagnostic tools to provide a comprehensive assessment of kidney function. It's important to  interpret these results in the context of an individual's medical history and overall health.

 

1. Creatinine:

Creatinine is a waste product produced by muscles and excreted by the kidneys. High levels  of creatinine in the blood can indicate impaired kidney function since the kidneys are responsible for  clearing creatinine from the body. 

 

2. Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN):

 BUN measures the amount of urea nitrogen in the blood, which is a waste  product formed when proteins are metabolized. Elevated BUN levels can suggest kidney dysfunction,  dehydration, or other conditions. 

 

3. Glomerular Filtration Rate (GFR):

GFR estimates how efficiently the kidneys are filtering waste from the  blood. It's considered one of the best indicators of kidney function. A reduced GFR indicates decreased  kidney function.

 

4. Serum Creatinine Clearance:

This test provides an estimate of the kidney's ability to clear creatinine from  the blood. It takes into account both blood creatinine levels and urine creatinine levels over a specific  period. 

 

5. Serum Cystatin C:

Cystatin C is a protein produced by the body's cells. Elevated levels in the blood can  indicate impaired kidney function because it's usually removed by healthy kidneys. 

 

6. Uric Acid:

Uric acid is a waste product from the breakdown of purines. Elevated levels can indicate  kidney issues, as the kidneys play a role in filtering and excreting uric acid. 

 

7. Electrolyte Levels (Sodium, Potassium, Chloride):

Kidneys regulate electrolyte balance in the body.  Abnormal levels can point to kidney dysfunction and imbalances in fluid and electrolyte status. 

 

8. Albuminuria and Proteinuria:

Presence of albumin (a protein) or other proteins in urine can indicate  kidney damage, especially in conditions like diabetes or hypertension. 

 

9. Microalbuminuria:

A more sensitive test for detecting small amounts of albumin in urine, often used to  identify early kidney damage in conditions like diabetes.

 

10. Urinalysis:

A general assessment of urine that can reveal abnormalities such as blood, protein, or  infection. It's often one of the first steps in assessing kidney function.

 

11. Renal Imaging:

Techniques like ultrasound, CT scans, or MRI can provide visual information about the  kidneys' structure and identify any physical abnormalities. 

 

12. Kidney Biopsy:

 In some cases, a biopsy may be performed to examine kidney tissue under a microscope,  aiding in diagnosing specific kidney diseases. 

 

13. Acid-Base Balance Tests:

 These tests evaluate the kidneys' role in maintaining the body's acid-base  balance by regulating the levels of bicarbonate and other electrolytes in the blood. 

 

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Renal Function Tests/ Renal Profile
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Renal Function Tests/ Renal Profile
only at
450.00 AED
Buy now
Sample:
Blood sample or Urine Sample
Gender:
Any
Age Group:
All Ages
only at
450.00 AED
Buy now

Renal Function Test | Kidney Function Test

  • Serum Sodium 

  • Serum Potassium 
  • Serum Chloride 
  • BUN 
  • Serum Creatinine 
  • EGFR 

 

Check our other services Doctor On Call Service | Doctor at Hotel | Doctor On Call Palm Jumeirah

Renal Function Test in Dubai | Kidney Function Test in Dubai

Renal function tests are crucial for diagnosing kidney disorders, monitoring chronic kidney diseases, and  assessing overall kidney health. They are often used in conjunction with clinical history, physical exams,  and other diagnostic tools to provide a comprehensive assessment of kidney function. It's important to  interpret these results in the context of an individual's medical history and overall health.

 

1. Creatinine:

Creatinine is a waste product produced by muscles and excreted by the kidneys. High levels  of creatinine in the blood can indicate impaired kidney function since the kidneys are responsible for  clearing creatinine from the body. 

 

2. Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN):

 BUN measures the amount of urea nitrogen in the blood, which is a waste  product formed when proteins are metabolized. Elevated BUN levels can suggest kidney dysfunction,  dehydration, or other conditions. 

 

3. Glomerular Filtration Rate (GFR):

GFR estimates how efficiently the kidneys are filtering waste from the  blood. It's considered one of the best indicators of kidney function. A reduced GFR indicates decreased  kidney function.

 

4. Serum Creatinine Clearance:

This test provides an estimate of the kidney's ability to clear creatinine from  the blood. It takes into account both blood creatinine levels and urine creatinine levels over a specific  period. 

 

5. Serum Cystatin C:

Cystatin C is a protein produced by the body's cells. Elevated levels in the blood can  indicate impaired kidney function because it's usually removed by healthy kidneys. 

 

6. Uric Acid:

Uric acid is a waste product from the breakdown of purines. Elevated levels can indicate  kidney issues, as the kidneys play a role in filtering and excreting uric acid. 

 

7. Electrolyte Levels (Sodium, Potassium, Chloride):

Kidneys regulate electrolyte balance in the body.  Abnormal levels can point to kidney dysfunction and imbalances in fluid and electrolyte status. 

 

8. Albuminuria and Proteinuria:

Presence of albumin (a protein) or other proteins in urine can indicate  kidney damage, especially in conditions like diabetes or hypertension. 

 

9. Microalbuminuria:

A more sensitive test for detecting small amounts of albumin in urine, often used to  identify early kidney damage in conditions like diabetes.

 

10. Urinalysis:

A general assessment of urine that can reveal abnormalities such as blood, protein, or  infection. It's often one of the first steps in assessing kidney function.

 

11. Renal Imaging:

Techniques like ultrasound, CT scans, or MRI can provide visual information about the  kidneys' structure and identify any physical abnormalities. 

 

12. Kidney Biopsy:

 In some cases, a biopsy may be performed to examine kidney tissue under a microscope,  aiding in diagnosing specific kidney diseases. 

 

13. Acid-Base Balance Tests:

 These tests evaluate the kidneys' role in maintaining the body's acid-base  balance by regulating the levels of bicarbonate and other electrolytes in the blood. 

 

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