URINE Albumin


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Urine with protein or albumin is related to Hypertension or Diabetic. Kidneys normally prevent large molecules such as albumin from being excreted in the urine, high levels of urinary albumin excretion, called albuminuria, also indicates kidney is somehow not functioning properly. It also reflects dysfunction of endothelial cells throughout the body, which in turn may be a precursor to hypertension or cardiovascular disease. The urinary albumin: creatinine ratio is a useful measure of renal function used in diabetic renal disease.albumin
Diabetes is a condition caused by too much glucose (sugar) in the blood. Normally, a hormone called insulin, which is produced by the pancreas gland, controls the amount of sugar in blood. When food is digested and enters in the bloodstream, insulin moves and glucose out of the blood and into the cells, where it is broken down to produce energy. However, in those with diabetes, body is unable to break down the glucose into energy. This is because there is either not enough insulin to move glucose, or because the insulin that is there, does not work properly.
The following may also affect the results:

  • Severe emotional stress
  • Strenuous exercise
  • Receiving a special dye (contrast media) for radiology before the urine test.
  • Urine contaminated with vaginal secretions. This test is most often performed when kidney disease is suspected.

    Albumin is a protein made by the liver. A serum albumin test measures the amount of this protein in the clear liquid part of the blood. This test can help determine if a patient has liver or kidney disease, or if the body is not absorbing enough protein.
Albumin helps move many small molecules through the blood, including bilirubin, calcium, progesterone, and medications. It plays an important role in keeping fluids from blood leaking out into the tissues.  As liver makes albumin, decreased serum albumin may be a sign of liver disease. It can also result from kidney disease, which allows albumin to escape into the urine. Decreased albumin may also be explained by malnutrition or a low protein diet.
Blood is made up of two parts: Fluid (plasma or serum) Cells. Plasma contains various substances. Serum is the fluid part that remains after the blood is allowed to clot in a test tube. Specifically, serum is the fluid part of blood after a substance called fibrinogen has been removed. Cells in the blood include red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. Blood helps move oxygen, nutrients, waste products, and other materials through the body. It helps control body temperature, fluid balance, and the body’s acid-base balance. Blood clots are the clumps that occur when the blood hardens from a liquid to a solid (coagulates).
A blood clot that forms inside a blood vessel or within the heart and remains there is called a thrombus. A thrombus that travels from the blood vessel or heart to another place in the body is called an embolus. The disorder is called an embolism. For example, an embolus that occurs in the lungs is called a pulmonary embolism.  Sometimes other materials can act like an embolus and block blood flows, including: Air, Amniotic fluid, a piece of atherosclerotic plaque, fat clumps, and small pieces of tumor.
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One Reply to “URINE Albumin”

  1. Thank you Dr. You have given very elaborate details very much useful for treating the patient.

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