albumin test

albumin test

Any chemical test for the presence of albumin, usually with electrophoresis, chromatography, spectrophotometry, spectrometry, or immunoassay, and sometimes by simple chemical reactions on dipsticks.
References in periodicals archive ?
Contract awarded for Purchase of alat test, Albumin test, Asat test, Alkaline phosphatase test and dhl dehydrogenase lactate test for san marcos national hospital "dr.
In instances for which an albumin result was not available (i.e., basic metabolic panel) and the calcium value was critically low, the sample would reflex to an albumin test and the same algorithm applied.
Serum albumin test was based on its quantitative binding to the indicator 3, 3, 5, 5-tetrabromo-m cresol sulphonephthalein (Bromocresol BCG).
"However, while we are pleased to see a small rise in take-up for some of the key tests across all age groups, such as blood pressure, cholesterol and HbA1c, we have also seen an eight per cent drop in the number of people with Type 1 diabetes getting their urine albumin test and a drop of 9.8 per cent for Type 2 diabetes receiving this test.
Methods employed include the 24-hour urine albumin test, the overnight urine albumin test (these are timed collections) and the spot urine test for albumin and/or albumin/creatinine ratio (ACE) (these are early-morning or random urine tests).
The commutable specimen C-02 included in this survey allowed assessment of the state of the art for accuracy of individual laboratories, the standardization and trueness versus a reference measurement procedure for routine total protein methods, and the state of harmonization or agreement among routine albumin test methods as well as their bias versus robust, designated comparison methods.
In addition, the glycated albumin test serves as an intermediate term indicator of average blood glucose for the past 2 to 3 weeks, which closes the existing information gap between daily blood glucose testing and the 2-to 3-month snapshot provided by HbAlc testing.
VIENNA -- Routine use of the new ischemia modified albumin test in the emergency department streamlines rule-out of acute coronary syndrome in patients presenting with chest pain--with a resultant financial benefit for the hospital Dr.
To fully explore the possibilities of the albumin test pad in first-line diagnosis, a formal study should be performed.
The challenge for clinicians and clinical laboratorians is to realize that initial dye-binding albumin test results can be falsely inflated and that a more definitive albumin method must be used to evaluate congenital analbuminemia.
All the urinary samples with nil or traces of albumin tested positive for microalbuminuria in around 60%) of the samples in both the groups.
Urine albumin tests are not nearly as standardized as creatinine, so there is some variation in results among test methods.