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Monitoring kidney dysfunction in Urine

This is a screening test that quantifies microalbumin from the first urine in the morning or random concentrated urine to check the extent of kidney damage and predict the progression to kidney failure. Continuous measurement of microalbumin concentration can help patients receive appropriate treatment and confirm treatment effects.

  • CE
  • CE 0123 ichroma™

About Using Reagent

  • Sample Types

  • Reaction Time

    12 mins
  • Detection Range

    AFIAS (2 – 300 mg/L)
    ichroma™ (2 – 300 mg/L)
  • Indication

    Diabetic kidney disease, hypertensive renal disease, renal failure

In Your Medical Field

Albumin in urine is most often caused by kidney damage from diabetes. But many other conditions such as hypertension, heart failure, cirrhosis can lead to kidney damage. The Microalbumin test can be done in 10 minutes, thus can help healthcare providers provide close to a real-time treatment program even without the full lab support.