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A. Yes, home sample collection is available for the diagnostic tests as per your needs. Once the test is booked as per your diagnostic requirements, our expert phlebotomist will reach your given address to collect the sample.
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As part of regular, everyday activities, the body's muscle generates a waste byproduct creatine, that disintegrates to form a compound known as creatinine. Since creatinine is a waste material, the excretory system flushes it and attempts to expel it. The primary excretory organ, the kidneys, has a pivotal function here. It eliminates creatinine from the bloodstream and secretes it into the urine. The creatinine test determines creatinine levels in both the blood and the urine. This test is often referred to as a blood/urea creatinine test or a serum creatinine test. Book serum creatinine test in Chapra now at affordable prices with Redcliffe Labs.
Normal renal functioning can be disrupted when there is a dysfunction in the kidneys. Creatinine is not excreted properly in such situations leading to its accumulation in the blood.
The test can be useful in evaluating creatinine concentrations in the blood and urine and identifying if the levels are unusual. The results can be used to determine if a person's kidneys are working properly.
As creatinine is a waste product, the Kidneys continuously filter creatinine from the blood and don't absorb any of it back. The amount of blood filtered every minute and made free of creatinine is called creatinine clearance. In a healthy young person, the creatinine clearance rate is around 95 ml per minute in women. In men, the same rate is around 120 ml per minute.
These values indicate that every minute, around 95 ml of the blood is made free of creatinine for a woman, and for men, 120 ml of blood is made free of creatinine every minute. This clearance rate is a good estimation of the health of Kidneys and the normal glomerular filtration rate. The normal GFR can be easily tested in routine blood tests.
The test is often recommended if the individual exhibits signs and symptoms of a renal problem. Doctors generally recommend creatinine test and creatinine clearance test in Chapra to check the normal functioning of the kidney. If there is any abnormality present or any deviation in the creatinine clearance test, it can indicate that the Kidneys ability to filter the blood is being affected. The higher the renal dysfunction, the lower the creatinine clearance rate. The following are some of the primary signs that your kidneys are performing poorly:
Doctors may also order the test if a patient has potential risks for renal impairment. These factors increase a person's risk of kidney failure:
The primary purpose of this test is to determine the body’s regular functioning. The serum creatinine blood test and other tests such as blood urea nitrogen (BUN) are frequently prescribed by doctors to help in the assessment. This test is also performed as part of a complete metabolic panel (CMP). CMP test is commonly performed as part of a routine examination. It includes a series of tests that provide more information on the body's various organs and systems and whether these are operating efficiently.
Serum creatinine levels can be measured in blood or urine samples.
A creatinine blood test entails:
A certified lab technician will come to your residence to obtain a sample. You can enjoy a free home sample collection with Redcliffe Labs.
As the needle is inserted, you may feel a slight pinch. Blood collection is quick, taking less than 5 min.
After blood is taken, it is carefully packaged in a vial and transported to the laboratory for analysis.
Once the test results are confirmed, reports will be issued.
A urine test requires collecting urine periodically for a 24-h cycle. Our phlebos will provide instruction on collecting the urine and storing your samples properly. They will also deliver you a sterile jar to gather your samples.
To collect the urine, follow the steps.
In such instances, timely reports are critical. The trouble of travelling to and from the lab is minimised with a contactless delivery option. You are not required to come for sample extraction or report collection physically. The reports are now sent as digital copies at your linked email account or WhatsApp. We make a concerted effort at Redcliffe to provide your report within 24-48 hours following your test.
The creatinine level in the test results is generally given in milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL). The usual creatinine levels differ based on sex, age, and muscle mass. In general, a normal level is:
0.7 - 1.3 mg/dL for males
0.6 - 1.1 mg/dL for females
Abnormally high amounts of creatinine in the bloodstream and low creatinine blood test levels in the urine at the same time might suggest inadequate excretion. This might indicate a renal disease or another problem interfering with normal kidney functioning. The following are some of the circumstances that might cause this:
Elevated creatinine levels may not usually indicate a kidney problem. Several diseases might induce an increase in blood creatinine levels.
A certified doctor can properly help with the assessment.
Creatinine blood or urine test price varies depending on many factors. The variation can come due to factors like the city, the availability of the test, the diagnostic facilities equipment, hygiene standards, and certification. A pathology lab with strong accreditation from reputable organisations like ISO and NABL will charge slightly more, but it will also assure a fast testing procedure with accurate results.
Redcliffe Labs offer an affordable creatinine test cost in Chapra to make healthcare more affordable for everyone. The test will cost you INR 126. The test price includes all taxes and free home collection service charges. There are often several discounts available on our website, and you can get the test for as little as INR 126 and receive 10% off your bookings only on the website.
It is as simple as placing a phone call or booking online to schedule a test. To arrange a test online, follow the steps outlined below.
Simply call us at our registered number to book a test on call.
Redcliffe offers the most flexible and risk-free creatinine blood and urine test available.
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