Explanation Of Blood Laboratory Results And Treatment?
EXAMINATION OF THE REFERENCE VALUE UNIT
From the results of the lab examination that you attached, there is one whose levels are not in the normal range, namely the urea level. Ureum is a protein metabolism product produced by the liver and normally will be wasted through the work of the kidneys. If the kidneys are not working properly, the urea levels in the blood will increase, while the low urea levels can be caused by the following:
overhydration (consuming an amount of water in excess of the daily average requirement) a diet low in protein malnutrition of liver diseases such as cirrhosis of the liver So if you ask whether the condition from the results of your lab check can be cured or not, the answer is of course you need to know in advance the diagnosis of your disease . Lab results are one of the clues to make a diagnosis, but you need other information such as the results of patient doctor interviews, direct examinations and other supporting examinations to be able to conclude what causes and diagnoses of your condition can be overcome.
for now, try to consume more foods that contain lots of protein, as well as adequate rest. for more details you can ask directly to the doctor who treats you.