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Synonyms for albumin

a simple water-soluble protein found in many animal tissues and liquids

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Second, the model was further adjusted for CKD diagnosis (glomerular or nonglomerular) and urine protein to creatinine ratio (continuous).
Table 5 and Figures 2, 3, & 4 showed a significant positive correlation between lactate/ creatinine ratio and initial HIE Score.
Furthermore, our limited data suggest that a random urine sample for protein to creatinine ratio, which would be a simpler method for both the patient and the laboratory, may be just as accurate as, if not better than, a 24-hour sample.
Normal values for random urinary calcium to creatinine ratios in infancy.
The strengths and weaknesses of using urinary urea nitrogen: creatinine ratios to assess nutritional restriction in free-ranging ruminants were discussed.
Spot measurement of albumin creatinine ratio (acr),urine microalbumin and urine creatinine with interpretation of color by instrument with printout on random sample of urine
3) Early studies correlating the urine protein creatinine ratio (UPCR) with 24-hour urine protein results showed mixed results.
The aim of the present study was determination of acute and chronic effects of 8 weeks continuous resistance trainings on amounts of albumin, total protein, [beta]-2 microglobulin, creatinine, protein to creatinine ratio and urinary red globules of active young women.
Children with the highest amount of BPA in their urine, compared to those with the lowest amount, had a higher albumin to creatinine ratio, a potential early marker of renal impairment and future risk of developing coronary heart disease, according to the study.
Using a spot urine protein to creatinine ratio, her proteinuria was 1.
The key criteria for the diagnosis of urinothorax, a pleural to serum creatinine ratio of >0.
A meta-analysis conducted by the Chronic Kidney Disease Prognosis Consortium concluded that elevations in urinary albumin and blood albumin to creatinine ratio, which indicate kidney damage, as well as a reduction in the estimated glomerular filtration rate of the kidneys predict an increased risk of death from all causes over 2.
Thus, a random urine protein/urine creatinine ratio of <0.
The system uses Siemens' Multistix family of reagent test strips with test pads for Leukocytes, Protein, Glucose, Blood, Ketone, Specific Gravity, Nitrite, and pH, Bilirubin, Urobilinogen, Creatinine and Protein to Creatinine Ratio for urine chemistry analysis.
Use of protein: Creatinine ratio measurements on random urine samples for prediction of significant proteinuria.