Blood And Urine Chemistry Lab Results?
Good morning, I want to discuss how to pre-diagnose heart disease through blood and urine chemistry lab results. How do you determine whether someone has heart / cardiovascular disease through these lab results? I got information, cardiovascular can be determined by urea, creatinine, urid acid, glucose, 2H glucose, cholesterol, HDL, LDL, triglycerides, creatine kinasem CK-MB, TROPK, LDH? Is that true? it even states that the level of the disease can be obtained from the data .. Thank you … Please help 🙂
Hello Nabilah 113
There are various heart diseases, some of which are congenital heart disease, infection of the lining of the heart muscle, blockage of the arteries that drain the heart and inflammation of the heart. The types of investigations that you convey are usually used to assess the condition of a patient who has a suspected heart attack, which is a disturbance caused by obstruction of flow or a blockage in the blood vessels in the heart.
The condition of a heart attack is medically referred to as myocardial infarction. Patients usually feel shortness of breath, chest pain, cold sweat, feel weak and restless. Besides doing a heart record (EKG / electro cardiograph), the doctor will suggest other supporting examinations such as blood tests.
The recommended blood test is also adjusted to the condition of the facilities owned by the laboratory where the sample will be examined. Levels of blood sugar, cholesterol, HDL, LDL and triglycerides can be clues about risk factors for myocardial infarction. One of the mechanisms that occurs during a heart attack is the destruction of some of the heart muscle tissue so that some enzymes leak into the bloodstream, such as CK-MB, creatinine kinase and troponine. In addition to determining the presence or absence of these enzymes, this test also helps determine treatment options how the response to treatment is given.
There are also other supporting examinations that can be used in the diagnosis of cases of heart problems in general, namely echocardiography, chest X-rays, angiography, cardio CT and MRI.
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