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Blood Studies (anemia) (28)
*Conditional Tests: Testing of these is conditional depending on results of other tests
All age group
Curated by Dr Balasubramaniam, the Apollo Kidney Check - Basic test package comprises tests like KFT, albumin serum, complete urine examination, CBC, and protein total serum to monitor if the kidneys are functioning properly. This test is recommended for people who are witnessing symptoms like loss of appetite, fatigue and weakness, nausea, frequent urination, swelling in feet and ankles, and muscle cramps.
The Apollo Kidney Check-Essential Test comprises a series of 57 procedures that check for discrepancies in normal kidney functioning. The kidney package assesses the health of the kidneys and checks for the risks of certain disorders.
The kidneys have a crucial role in eliminating the toxins in the blood and filtering out wastes via urine. But there might be instances when one or both of the kidneys might stop working, accumulating waste materials in the body. This waste may alter the chemical balance of the body.
The Apollo kidney check-essential test is a reliable method to check for signs of kidney damage and use further procedures to confirm the nature of kidney disease. Some of the possible causes of kidney failure are as follows:
The Apollo Kidney Check-Essential Test is a mixture of blood and urine tests to gauge the condition of both kidneys in the body. The tests contained within this package target the following areas:
Apollo Kidney Check - Essential Test aims to minimise the long-term consequences of kidney disease.
The warning signs of kidney damage are usually evident with the following symptoms:
If unmanaged, kidney diseases can cause permanent damage to the filtration system, mandating the need for dialysis or a kidney transplant.
Why should Apollo be your preferred healthcare partner?
The information mentioned above is meant for educational purposes only and should not be taken as a substitute to your Physician’s advice. It is highly recommended that the customer consults with a qualified healthcare professional to interpret test results