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Protein Total with Albumin

Original price was: ₹ 220.00.Current price is: ₹ 189.00.


Serum, NA, Fasting or Non Fasting: As suggested by doctor

sample requiredSample Required:

A blood sample is required for this test. A healthcare professional will draw blood from a vein in your arm.

Ttest timeest Time:

Results are typically available within a few days. However, depending on the laboratory’s workload, the precise turnaround time may vary.

test normal rangeTest Normal Range:

The normal range for total protein levels in blood is approximately 6.0 to 8.3 grams per deciliter (g/dL).

what is the testWhat is the Test?

The Protein Total with Albumin Test measures the total amount of protein in your blood, which includes albumin along with other proteins.

test procedureTest Procedure:

The healthcare provider will clean the area, usually in your arm, where they will draw the blood. They will draw blood with a needle and place it in a separate tube. The blood sample is subsequently sent to a laboratory for testing. In the laboratory, the sample is tested to measure the total protein levels.

who should take this testWhen to Take the Test:

Evaluate overall protein levels in the blood. Assess nutritional status and liver function. Monitor certain medical conditions or treatments.

when to take the testWho Should Take This Test:

This test may be recommended for individuals with specific medical conditions, such as liver disease, kidney disease, or nutritional deficiencies. It may also be part of a routine check-up.

precautions for exceptional casesPrecautions for Exceptional Cases (Pregnancy, etc.):

If you are pregnant or have specific medical conditions, it’s essential to discuss them with your healthcare provider before taking the test. Some factors can affect total protein levels and test results.


FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions):

Q1: What is the difference between total protein and albumin?

A: Total protein includes all the proteins in the blood, while albumin is a specific type of protein. Albumin plays a crucial role in maintaining blood volume and regulating various bodily functions.

Q2: Can diet affect total protein levels?

A: Yes, diet can influence total protein levels. For example, malnutrition or a diet low in protein can lead to lower total protein levels.

Q3: What conditions can cause abnormal total protein levels?

A: Conditions like liver disease, kidney disease, malnutrition, and certain immune disorders can lead to abnormal total protein levels.

Q4: Can medication or supplements affect the results of this test?

A: Some medications or supplements can influence total protein levels. It’s important to inform your healthcare provider about any medications or supplements you are taking.

Q5: How often should this test be done?

A: The frequency of this test is determined by your individual health circumstances. Your healthcare provider will determine the appropriate schedule for testing based on your medical history and any existing conditions.

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