Biochemistry Test

Urea

Dr. Simi Paknikar
Medically Reviewed by Dr. Simi Paknikar, MD
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Test : Urea

Indications : Glomerular nephritis,acute and chronic renal failure,urinary tract obstruction

Physiology : It is synthesised in the liver,carried in the blood to kidney.it contains 45% of total non protein nitrogen in plasma

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enrico, Australia

To whom it my concern: Dear sir/madam, my name is Enrico, last week I had a blood test result and it shows that my Urea is 1.5 high then normal, so is my GGT 77, T- Protein 83, Globulin 49, ferritin 658. Can you please explain to me what that means and how can they be controlled and what Kind of complication if any I' am dealing with?, Dear Sir/m, I' am asking you because my doctor reaction was and I quote, do not worry so much it is only a little high that all he said, to me is not very satisfactory answer, please tell me if my assumption are wrong thinking the way I do? I remain in attendance for you reply, in the mean time, thank you for listening kind regards Enrico

KarenD, United Kingdom

What about upper GI bleed? That would also raise urea.

abd1966, Pakistan

if micro albumin high what medicine would u suggest

okonmah dumebi, Nigeria

doing a good job but you have to make your presentation clearer

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