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ACR Test in Pune: Price, Symptoms, Normal Range

ACR Test in Pune

Price, Symptoms, Normal Range

ACR test measures the amount of protein called albumin in your urine to detect kidney damage or disease. It costs Rs.550.0 and includes 1 tests.

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6 Key Points

  • What does diabetes do to my kidneys?

  • Diabetes causes damage to the blood supply of your kidneys.
  • The kidney is a filter of the blood, diabetes damages the holes in the filter and causes the size of the filter holes to increase.
  • Diabetes destroy's the filtration capacity of kidneys

  • How does diabetes worsen filtration capacity of kidney?
  • As a result, the filter does not work properly.
  • The worst effect is that protein from your blood starts leaking into your urine.
  • Why does diabetes cause protein leakage from blood into urine?

  • Diabetes damages the kidney filter, and due to this proteins from the blood leak into the urine.
  • Just imagine that you are loosing proteins from your blood into your urine. This has many negative effects.
  • Your muscle mass reduces, your blood pressure is affected and your immunity becomes low.
  • Does diabetes cause scarring inside the kidney?

  • If your sugar is out of control, for many days or years, there is progressive scarring inside the kidney.
  • Long term damage of this kind leads to kidney failure
  • Most of the cases of people who need kidney transplant, are due to diabetes and blood pressure.
  • Is kidney damage due to diabetes reversible?

  • In the early stages the kidney damage is reversible, the best way is to measure the ACR level in the urine.
  • In later stages, there is NO WAY TO REVERSE THE DAMAGE.
  • What is the normal range of the albumin to creatinine ratio

  • The normal range of albumin to creatinine ratio is 0-30 ug/mg
  • A value between 30 to 300 ug/mg is considered to be microalbuminurea
  • A value above 300 ug/mg is classified as overt proteinurea and is indicative of kidney damage.

What is ACR Test

The ACR test is a urine test that measures the amount of albumin (a protein) and creatinine in the urine. It is used to screen for and monitor kidney disease. The test is performed by collecting a urine sample and analyzing it in a laboratory. ACR stands for Albumin-to-Creatinine Ratio.

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Do I need this test?

Let's find out whether you need the ACR Test test. Answer the following 5 questions and get a free instant result!

Have you been experiencing any symptoms such as fatigue, fever, nausea, or abdominal pain
Have you been experiencing any symptoms such as fatigue, fever, nausea, or abdominal pain

Are you currently taking any medications that could affect your kidney function
Are you currently taking any medications that could affect your kidney function

Do you have any known kidney conditions
Do you have any known kidney conditions

Have you been consuming large amounts of protein in your diet
Have you been consuming large amounts of protein in your diet

Have you been drinking more than the recommended amount of fluid per day
Have you been drinking more than the recommended amount of fluid per day

Result :

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Which symptoms are related to ACR Test?

If you have Possible Symptoms Include,Frequent Urination,Dark Colored Urine,Fatigue,Nausea, you may need to get tested.

Here is the complete list of symptoms

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Who should do this test?

People with diabetes,People with high blood pressure,People with a family history of kidney disease should do this test

  • People with diabetes: The ACR (Albumin Creatinine Ratio) test is recommended for people with diabetes to detect early signs of kidney damage. Diabetes is a leading cause of kidney disease, and the ACR test can help identify kidney damage before symptoms appear.
  • People with high blood pressure: High blood pressure is another leading cause of kidney disease. The ACR test may be done for people with high blood pressure to check for signs of kidney damage.
  • People with a family history of kidney disease: If you have a family history of kidney disease, your doctor may recommend the ACR test to check for early signs of kidney damage. Early detection and treatment can help slow the progression of kidney disease.

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What to do if the test is abnormal?

  • Consult with your healthcare provider: If your ACR test results are abnormal, the first step is to consult with your healthcare provider. They may recommend further tests or treatment options depending on your individual situation.
  • Manage underlying conditions: Abnormal ACR levels can be caused by underlying conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, or kidney disease. Managing these conditions through medication, lifestyle changes, and regular check-ups can help improve your ACR levels.
  • Make lifestyle changes: In addition to managing underlying conditions, making lifestyle changes such as reducing salt intake, quitting smoking, and exercising regularly can help improve ACR levels. Your healthcare provider can provide guidance on the best approach for your individual situation.

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In which diseases is ACR Test abnormal?

Kidney diseasefailure
Chronic liver disease
Heart failure
Multiple myeloma
Chronic kidney disease
Urinary tract infections
Renal tubular acidosis

Normal Range - ACR Test

Normal Ranges in Males
Test Name Age Normal Range
Microalbumin level Test | Urine >= 0 years 0.0-30.0

Normal Ranges in Females
Test Name Age Normal Range
Microalbumin level Test | Urine >= 0 years 0.0-30.0

ACR Test PDF - Sample Format

Click Here to download a PDF of a dummy report. This is what a real patient report would look like, after the sample has been processed.

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Currently no interpretation details are avaialble for this report.

Treatment options

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Technical information

Parameter Details
LOINC Codes 22705-8
Sample Type Required spot urine
Principle of Measurement calculated,IT,Jaffe without deproteinization
Units of Measurement mcg/mg,mg/lt,mg/dl
ACR Test Cost in Pune

What is the Cost of ACR Test?

The test costs Rs.550.0

Details about cost price of ACR Test
  • Free home visit for sample collection for ACR Test in all parts of Pune City is included in the cost price.
  • Kindly note that we do not charge any visit charges as most other labs. This is because the cost of ACR Test in Pune is already high and we do not wish to levy additional charges on patients.
  • The cost price of ACR Test is updated only in case of sudden changes in government rules. You are requested to check the latest cost price of ACR Test as charged by Pathofast on this page.
  • All online forms of payment are available at our lab, including Gpay, Payumoney, credit and debit card as well as cheque payment.

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How to book ACR Test in Pune?

Book a free home visit in Pune online, call our lab at 020 49304930 or get in touch using Watsapp.

Pathofast offers ACR Test at our center in Manisha Terrace, Moledina Road, Pune, Camp, India
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Our Pune Center, is located close to the railway station and the Swargate Central Bus Depot, as well as the new Metro Lines
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Near which locations or areas of Pune is ACR Test available?

Pathofast offers lab test service for ACR Test near : Camp, Koregaon Park, Kalyani Nagar, Viman Nagar, Aundh, Baner, FC Road, Tilak Road, Ravet, Aundh, Pimpri Chinchwad, Nagar Road, Dhole Patil Road.

What are the Advantages of choosing a lab near you for blood test services?
  • Choosing a nearby lab reduces the time it takes for the sample to be transported
  • This leads to reduced sample deterioration.
  • While most patients are unaware, blood samples must be transported under strictly controlled temperature, and choosing a lab near you makes this easier to achieve.
  • Even if the lab does not adhere to temperature control, the time spent between sample collection and analysis reduces and this is more likely to produce more accurate results

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