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    CKD stage 1-2 means the mild reduction of kidney function, though not serious the condition is, proper managements are still needed.

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    CKD stage 4 means the severe reduction of kidney function. And the possibility to reverse the condition has been discounted, but dialysis still can be prevented.

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    Which Tests Kidney Patients Need To Take

    Which Tests Kidney Patients Need To TakeYou need to take tests when you go to hospital for your kidney disease treatment. Well then, do you know what tests you should take and why you need to take it. This article will tell you the details .

    1. Test for swelling

    If you have swelling, your doctor will ask you where you swelling is. If the swelling occurs in eyelids or lower limbs, doctors will press it to see if it is pitting edema.

    If yes, your doctor will recommend Routine Urine Test, 24h Urine Protein Quantity and Liver fuction.

    Pitting edema is usually caused by decreased albumin while decreased albumin is caused protein loss.

    Urine Test aims to see if there is + in your urine protein.

    24h Urine Protein Quantity is to measure how much protein loses.

    Liver function test is to know how much albumin you keep.

    2. Test for dizziness and nausea

    If you suffer from dizziness and nausea, your doctor will ask your blood pressure level and blood sugar level. If blood pressure and blood sugar are both normal, you need to take renal function test.

    If urea, creatinine and other toxins are high, they can cause dizziness and nausea. They can also cause digestive discomforts.

    3. Urine protein

    If your urine protein is +, your doctor will consider glomerular or renal tubular. Also you may need to take 24h urine protein quantity and liver function.

    Urine test reflects protein leakage. But how much protein is in your urine, you need to take 24h urine protein quantity. After protein leakage, how much plasma-albumin is there, you need to take liver function test to check.

    4. Massive proteinuria

    If you have massive proteinuria which is over 3.5g/24h but you do not have any other symptoms, your doctor will think of two conditions. One is proteinuria along with occlut blood. This can indicate glomerular damage. The other is proteinuria along with urine sugar, it may be related to damaged renal tubular. Therefore, your doctor will ask you drug usag and also ask you to take B-ultrosound. You also need to tell your doctor urine volume.

    Renal tubular damage is generally caused by nephrotoxic drugs so your doctor asks you drug usage. The main character of massive urine protein is renal tubular damage. If you do not have diabetes, sugar in urine is positive and also urine volume at night increases.

    In summary, exact tests will be given based on your specific illness condition. Only exact check up can give you a good curative result. If you have any question, you can consult us freely via or 008613463017175.

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