Chronic Kidney Disease Test

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Urine albumin checks for kidney damage. The lower the result, the better.
eGFR estimates how well your kidneys are filtering blood. As kidney disease gets worse, the creatinine goes up and the eGFR goes down.
High blood pressure makes the heart work harder and can damage blood vessels in the kidneys.
Albumin is a protein that helps measure how well you are eating.
Bicarbonate measures the acid level in your blood.
BUN checks how much urea, a waste product, is in your blood.
Potassium affects how your nerves and muscles are working. High or low levels can be dangerous.
Calcium keeps your bones strong and your heart rhythm steady. CKD can lower the amount of calcium in your bones.
Phosphorus is important for strong bones and healthy blood vessels. High levels may cause soft bones, hard blood vessels and itchy skin.
PTH controls the calcium and phosphorus levels in your blood. It is needed to keep bones and blood vessels healthy.
Vitamin D is important for bones and heart health.
A1C estimates average blood sugar levels over 2 to 3 months.
Cholesterol measures the amount of fat in your blood. Too much cholesterol can clog blood vessels or arteries in the heart and kidneys.
bad fats out of your arteries.
LDL is the bad cholesterol and can clog your arteries.
Triglyceride is a type of fat in the blood.
Low hemoglobin is a sign of anemia. You may feel tired if you have anemia.