The Microalbumin/Creatinine (ACR) Comb Test kit (Time-Resolved Fluorescence Immunochromatographic Assay) may be used to measure the ratio of microalbumin to creatinine in human urine in vitro.
Testing can be done to help in the diagnosis of renal failure by measuring the quantities of microalbumin (also known as mALB), creatinine (CR), and microalbumin/creatinine ratio (ACR).
The quantity of a protein called albumin in the urine is measured as part of a microalbumin-to-creatinine ratio urine test (pee). The quantity of the waste substance creatinine in the urine is compared to the quantity of urine albumin.
Comparing the ratio of urine albumin to creatinine in the same urine sample might assist establish whether the body is excreting albumin at a higher pace than usual because the body typically filters out creatinine in the urine at a consistent rate. If this is taking place, renal illness could be to blame.
The kidneys often stop albumin and other proteins from passing into the urine in healthy individuals. However, albumin is the first type of protein to show up in the urine if the kidneys get damaged and begin to let proteins from the blood flow into the urine. This is due to the size difference between albumin and the majority of other protein molecules.
Microalbuminuria, which is the persistent presence of minute quantities of albumin in the urine, is connected to early-stage renal disease. Macroalbuminuria, which occurs when there are higher levels of albumin in the urine, may signal more serious renal disease.
Time-Resolved Fluorescence Immunoassay Analyzer
Cardiovascular Disease: cTnI, CK-MB, Myo, cTnI/CK-MB/MYO, H-FABP, cTnI/H-FABP, NT-proBNP, D-Dimer
Inflammation: PCT, CRP, SAA, CRP/SAA
Renal Injury: NGAL, ACR
Others: PGI/PGII, β-HCG, Influenza A+B
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