Why Get Tested?
The routine blood and urine tests may provide the first indication of a kidney problem or may be ordered if chronic kidney disease (CKD) is suspected due to a person's signs and symptoms. These tests reflect how well the kidneys are removing excess fluids and wastes and some are included in the basic and comprehensive metabolic panels
When to Get Tested?
As part of a health checkup , to monitor effectiveness of treatment.
Fasting for 9-12 hours before having your blood is drawn is required; only water is permitted.
Test Preparation Needed?
A blood sample drawn from a vein in your arm. And urine.
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