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Albumin Random Test

Albumin, Urine
Creatinine, Urine
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Description - Albumins are the body's main proteins for cell growth and repair of damaged tissues. The protein may leak into the urine when the kidneys are not functioning properly or in other kidney-related conditions. Hence a urine MAU test is prescribed to detect the early signs of kidney damage and other kidney diseases. Overview of the Microalbumin Test Kidneys are an essential body part t ....Read More

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

The Albumin Test Normal Range is:

Albumin Blood Test Normal Range Sample Age Normal Range
Serum/Plasma 0 - 4 day 2.8 - 4.4 g/dL
5 days - 14 Yrs 3.8 - 5.4 g/dL
15 - 60 Yrs 3.5 - 5.2 g/dL
61 - 90 Yrs 3.2 - 4.6 g/dL
> 90 Yrs 2.9 - 4.5 g/dL
Albumin Test Normal Range (Urine & CSF) Sample Urine Spot 24 hours            (μg/mg creatinine)  Range
 Urine Normal < 30
Moderately increased 30 - 299
High Range ≥ 300
24 hours Urine Range
Normal < 30 mg/24 hrs
Moderately increased 30 - 299 mg/24 hrs
High Range ≥ 300 mg/24 hrs
CSF Age Range
3 months - 4 years 0 - 45 mg/dl
> 4 years 10 - 30 mg/dl
Microalbumin Test Normal Range Urine Male Female
< 1.9 mg/dL < 1.9 mg/dL

The microalbumin random urine test is a medical test that measures the amount of albumin in your urine. Albumin is a protein that can be found in your blood, but when it appears in small amounts in your urine, it's called microalbuminuria. 


Testing for microalbumin in urine is particularly crucial if you have a higher risk of developing kidney disease due to factors such as diabetes, high blood pressure, or family history. Early detection through regular testing can help prevent further damage to your kidneys.


Albumin in urine can be an indicator of kidney damage or disease. When the kidneys are functioning properly, they filter waste products from the blood and keep proteins like albumin in the bloodstream. However, when there is damage to the kidneys, albumin may leak into the urine.


Unlike some other medical tests that require fasting, such as cholesterol or glucose tests, a microalbumin test does not require you to fast beforehand.


One of the most effective ways to prevent this condition is by managing your overall health through regular exercise and a balanced diet. This includes reducing your intake of processed foods that are high in salt, sugar, and unhealthy fats.


The presence of high levels of albumin in urine may also suggest that you have an underlying medical condition such as diabetes or hypertension. If this is the case, then it's essential to manage these conditions effectively with medications and lifestyle changes.


If your test results show a microalbumin level above 30 mg/g but less than 300 mg/g, you may have early signs of kidney disease known as "microalbuminuria." This condition often has no obvious symptoms but can progress to more severe stages if left untreated.


About This Test

Albumins are the body&#39;s main proteins for cell growth and repair of damaged tissues. When is the Microalbumin Test prescribed? A microalbumin test is recommended for individuals at an increa
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Queries about this test

#1 Microalbumin test normal range

Ans: For adults, the typical range is between 0 and 30 milligrams per gram (mg/g) of creatinine in males, while females have a slightly lower level ranging from 0 to 20 mg/g creatinine.

#2 Microalbumin test in hindi

Ans: माइक्रोएल्ब्यूमिन टेस्ट एक नैदानिक ​​उपकरण है जिसका उपयोग आपके मूत्र में एल्ब्यूमिन के स्तर को मापने के लिए किया जाता है। एल्बुमिन एक प्रोटीन है जो सामान्य रूप से ब्लड में पाया जाता है, लेकिन जब यह आपके मूत्र में उच्च स्तर पर दिखाई देता है, तो यह गुर्दे की क्षति या बीमारी का संकेत दे सकता है।

#3 Microalbumin test procedure

Ans: Before the test, you will be asked to provide a urine sample. You may be given specific instructions on how to collect the sample, such as avoiding certain foods or beverages before the test. It's important to follow these instructions carefully to ensure accurate results.

#4 Microalbumin test meaning

Ans: The Microalbumin test is a diagnostic tool used to measure the level of albumin in your urine. Albumin is a protein that is normally found in the blood, but when it appears in high levels in your urine, it can indicate kidney damage or disease.

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"Max Lab's urine MAU test is an amazing product that helps detect the early signs of kidney damage and other kidney diseases. The results are accurate and easy to read, making it a great tool for healthcare providers to accurately diagnose their patients."


"Max Lab's MAU test is fantastic. I had been having issues with my kidneys, and this test gave me the answers I needed quickly and easily. The results were accurate and easy to understand, allowing me to take the necessary steps for a speedy recovery."


"I recently had a urine MAU test done at Max Lab and the results were available quickly. The staff was friendly, knowledgeable and helpful in answering my questions. They provided excellent customer service which made the testing process a lot easier. I would highly recommend Max Lab for anyone looking to get their urine MAU tests done."

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