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Kidney Profile  in Pune: Price, Symptoms, Normal Range

Kidney Profile in Pune

Price, Symptoms, Normal Range

A kidney profile is a group of blood tests that check how well your kidneys are working and help detect any potential kidney problems. It costs Rs.550.0 and includes 3 tests.

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To Prepare for this test:

  • To prepare for this test, make sure that you are not excessively consuming meats, or creatinine supplements as it may affect the test results.
  • If you are on anticancer medications, inform the lab before the test, as it may affect the results
  • Drink adequate amounts of water before the test
  • You do not need to be fasting for this test
  • The test procedure is a simple blood draw and no further preparation is required, it can be done at anytime or place.

Updated At : 2023-11-11T19:24:52.441+05:30

1 Key Points

  • What is the normal range of kidney profile blood test?

  • The normal range for kidney profile in adult males is : Serum Creatinine : 0.7 - 1.2 mg/dl, Serum Urea : 17.12-51.36 mg/dl and Blood Urea Nitrogen : 8.0-24.0 mg/dl
  • The normal range for kidney profile in adult females is : Serum Creatinine : 0.6 - 0.9 mg/dl, Serum Urea : 12.84-44.94 mg/dl and Blood Urea Nitrogen : 6.0-21.0 mg/dl

What is Kidney Profile

A kidney profile is a panel of blood tests that evaluates kidney function. It typically includes measurements of creatinine, blood urea nitrogen (BUN), and electrolytes such as sodium, potassium, and chloride. The test is performed by drawing a blood sample from a vein in the arm, which is then sent to a laboratory for analysis. The results can help diagnose kidney disease and monitor the effectiveness of treatment.

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Do I need this test?

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

Do you have any problems with your kidneys
Do you have any problems with your kidneys

Are you experiencing any signs of kidney disease such as swelling or pain
Are you experiencing any signs of kidney disease such as swelling or pain

Have you had any recent changes in your diet or exercise routine
Have you had any recent changes in your diet or exercise routine

Are you taking any medications that could affect your renal function
Are you taking any medications that could affect your renal function

Have you had any recent illnesses or infections
Have you had any recent illnesses or infections

Result :

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Which symptoms are related to Kidney Profile ?

If you have Fluid Retention,High Blood Pressure,Decreased Urine Output,Back Or Side Pain,Fatigue, you may need to get tested.

Here is the complete list of symptoms

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Who should do this test?

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

  • People with a family history of kidney disease: Individuals who have a family history of kidney disease are at a higher risk of developing kidney problems. Therefore, they should get their kidney profile done to detect any early signs of kidney disease.
  • People with diabetes: Diabetes is a common cause of kidney disease, and people with diabetes are at an increased risk of developing kidney problems. Therefore, individuals with diabetes should have their kidney profile checked regularly to detect any early signs of kidney damage.
  • People with high blood pressure: High blood pressure can damage the kidneys over time. Therefore, individuals with high blood pressure should get their kidney profile done to monitor their kidney function and detect any signs of kidney damage.

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What to do if the test is abnormal?

  • Consult a nephrologist or a specialist in kidney diseases to evaluate the results of the kidney profile test and determine the underlying cause of the abnormality.
  • Follow the recommended treatment plan and lifestyle modifications to manage the condition and prevent further damage to the kidneys.
  • Schedule regular follow-up appointments with the doctor to monitor the kidney function and ensure that the treatment is effective.

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In which diseases is Kidney Profile abnormal?

Kidney disease
Kidney infection
Diabetes
Hypertension
Glomerulonephritis
Acute kidney injury
Renal artery stenosis
Urinary tract infection
Polycystic kidney disease

Normal Range - Kidney Profile

Normal Ranges in Males
Test Name Age Normal Range
Blood Urea Nitrogen Test >= 0 years upto 1 years Not Established in literature : Please use clinically applicable range
>= 1 years upto 17 years 7.0-20.0
>= 17 years 8.0-24.0
Creatinine EGFR Test >= 0 years upto 27 days 0.3-1.0
>= 27 days upto 1 years 0.2-0.4
>= 1 years upto 14 years 0.3-0.7
>= 14 years upto 17 years 0.5-1.0
>= 17 years 0.7-1.2
Serum Urea Test >= 0 years upto 1 years Not Established in literature : Please use clinically applicable range
>= 1 years upto 17 years 14.98-42.8
>= 17 years 17.12-51.36

Normal Ranges in Females
Test Name Age Normal Range
Blood Urea Nitrogen Test >= 0 years upto 1 years Not Established in literature : Please use clinically applicable range
>= 1 years upto 17 years 7.0-20.0
>= 17 years 6.0-21.0
Creatinine EGFR Test >= 0 years upto 27 days 0.3-1.0
>= 27 days upto 1 years 0.2-0.4
>= 1 years upto 14 years 0.3-0.7
>= 14 years upto 17 years 0.5-1.0
>= 17 years 0.6-0.9
Serum Urea Test >= 0 years upto 1 years Not Established in literature : Please use clinically applicable range
>= 1 years upto 17 years 14.98-42.8
>= 17 years 12.84-44.94

Kidney Profile 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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Interpretation

Currently no interpretation details are avaialble for this report.

Treatment options

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Technical information

Parameter Details
LOINC Codes 14682-9
Sample Type Required serum
Principle of Measurement Urease-GLDH,Enzymatic Creatinine Method,CKD-EPI equation,calculated
Units of Measurement mg/dl,ml/min/1.73m^2
Kidney Profile  Cost in Pune

What is the Cost of Kidney Profile ?

The test costs Rs.550.0

Details about cost price of Kidney Profile
  • Free home visit for sample collection for Kidney Profile 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 Kidney Profile in Pune is already high and we do not wish to levy additional charges on patients.
  • The cost price of Kidney Profile is updated only in case of sudden changes in government rules. You are requested to check the latest cost price of Kidney Profile 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 Kidney Profile in Pune?

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

Pathofast offers Kidney Profile at our center in Manisha Terrace, Moledina Road, Pune, Camp, India
Our diagnostic center in Pune and pathology lab in Pune, is known for its exceptional hygiene, polite staff and quick reports
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 Kidney Profile available?

Pathofast offers lab test service for Kidney Profile 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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