Includes: 10 tests
(Urea, BUN, Creatinine, BUN/Creatinine Ratio, Uric Acid, Sodium, Potassium, Chloride, Calcium, Phosphorus)
Also known as :
Kidney Profile Test, GFR blood test, Estimated Glomerular Filtration Rate (eGFR) Blood Test
Fasting No fasting Required
Get Reports same day
Home Collection Available
Age Group 5-99 years
Helps you know your test better
Helps you know your test better
Kidney disease is affecting millions of people worldwide. The kidney is an important part of the body. It removes waste products such as creatinine and urea from the blood. It also produces hormones responsible for the synthesis of red blood cells, calcium balance, and maintenance of blood pressure. The level of waste products get increases in the blood due to the decline of kidney function. There are various causes of kidney damage. You can develop chronic kidney damage due to uncontrolled diabetes, blood pressure, and heart disease. It is quite important that your kidney must function properly.
The most disturbing thing is that people diagnosed with kidney disorder have never undergone KFT tests earlier. Most of these patients are diagnosed by chance at a very late stage of the disease. The key reason for this issue is that people are unaware of kidney disorders and their complications. People with a history of diabetes, urinary tract infections, and hypertension must undergo KFT tests from time to time. The kidney function test price in Panchkula from Redcliffe Labs is reasonable. Now, you can schedule your test with just a tap.
|Name Of The Test||Kidney Function test in Panchkula|
|Sample Type||Blood and Urine|
|Number Of Tests||10|
|Actual Test Price||1560|
|Discounted Test Price||399|
|Home Sample Collection||Available|
|Additional Cost For Home Sample Collection||100|
|Fasting Before Test||No Fasting Required|
|Get Reports Within||Same Day|
Redcliffe Labs offers a KFT test in Panchkula at your home. Also, we provide a low KFT test price in Panchkula with assured safety and accurate results by the next day.
This KFT test includes 10 parameters in a single report which aids in diagnosing a variety of kidney-related illnesses, like urinary tract infection, chronic kidney disease, etc.
Importantly, the kidney filters the blood and separates the waste products from the body as urine. Thus, it helps in maintaining pH balance and fluid balance in the body.
In the kidney function test, some basic components are measured to scan kidney function.
A Kidney Function Test is an important method doctors use to understand kidney health. It assists a doctor in diagnosing a health problem and treatment.
There are some common symptoms related to kidney disease that may affect the filtration system of your body.
Some common conditions in which KFT is recommended are-
If one is suffering from the above problem and searching for an advanced yet reasonable price lab that provides these tests in the comfort of their home. Then Redcliffe Labs is one for you. We offer Renal function test in Panchkula at low prices and with the assurance of safety and quality of an advanced and well-equipped testing laboratory.
Along with reasonable KFT test costs in Panchkula, we provide Home sample collections with health packages and send a report within 24-48 hours.
Redcliffe Labs also provide another renowned basic body screening package. This package includes 49 tests for INR 379. You can access liver function tests, kidney function tests, and a complete hemogram in Panchkula. This test is available at an 80.9 percent discount.
Increased and decreased points of some components can indicate several health disorders related to the kidneys
Normal ranges of some components are for healthy kidneys are:
The KFT test needs a blood sample.
Redcliffe Labs qualified phlebotomist will wrap an elastic band around the arm and cease the area with wiping alcohol. Then, insert a small needle into the vein to pull out a sample of blood. The blood is collected in a vial and sent to our advanced lab for analysis.
A kidney function test that is overhead or lowers normal levels indicates a problem with the kidney.
Decreased levels: Oxidative stress, endothelial dysfunction, a genetic disorder like Wilson disease, and Fanconi syndrome.