Microalbuminuria Determination Kit


Microalbuminuria Determination Kit (Fluorescence Immunochromatographic Assay) Abbreviation: mALB


Microalbuminuria Determination Kit is an in vitro diagnostic test for the quantitative detection of mALB in human urine specimens. Under normal circumstances, there is very little albumin in urine, less than 20 mg/L, so it is called microalbumin. If the microalbumin in urine is in the range of 20 mg/L-200 mg/L, it belongs to microalbuminuria, which is a critical stage when microalbumin exceeds the normal reference upper limit of healthy people and no clinical proteinuria is detected. In clinical practice, trace protein indicators are usually used to monitor the occurrence of nephropathy. The detection of trace protein is the most sensitive and reliable diagnostic indicator for early detection of kidney disease. The barrier function of the glomerular basement membrane is damaged, the albumin filtered through the basement membrane increases significantly, and mALB will also increase significantly.