Explanation Of The Results Of Medical Check-up Urine Examination?
good afternoon, I want to ask, yesterday my wife and I just did a medical check-up, coincidentally when I took the results there were no doctors to ask … if my wife’s urine check results at number * 30 was there or what? then for Globulin 3.7 * and direct bilirubin 0.36 * .. please enlighten me .. thank you ..
Hello Prabowo, thank you for the question to HealthReplies.com.
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I actually do not understand the question you are making. Regarding the results of urine checks a lot of checks carried out and the results were varied such as levels such as pH levels, urine concentrations, ketones, bilirubin, blood in urine, etc. Therefore I cannot predict * 30 what the results of the examination are.
Whereas on Globulin 3.7 * and 0.36 * direct bilirubin is often found on liver function tests. Examination of liver function itself is a test that aims to assess the condition of the liver. The usual liver examination is the examination of levels of SGOT, SGPT, Albumin, Billirubin, Globulin, etc.
In the SGOT / SGPT examination if it experiences a significant increase it can indicate damage to liver cells.
Globulin is a protein produced by the liver, if it increases frequently in a state of inflammation / inflammation, multiple myeloma, dehydration. Whereas if it decreases due to malnutrition or severe liver disease, kidney disease.
Billirubin is a substance that gives stool yellow color due to the breakdown of old blood cells, and several other metabolic products. The levels of bilirubin detected in blood are total bilirubin, direct bilirubin, and indirect. If there is an increase from the normal value, there is a disorder that causes bilirubin can not be discharged into the stool through the intestine.
I can't determine whether your lab value has increased or not because the reference values in each lab are different, this is because a lab has different tools, so the calibration system is different. You can see the value of your lab reference on the paper that you get.
If there is an increase from some of the lab results it does not necessarily indicate a dangerous disease in the liver, it is necessary to do a more complete history, direct physical examination, and other examinations such as USG, CTscan, etc.
You should attach your complete lab results, to make it easier for doctors to read and interpret the lab results. If an increase in your wife's lab results, you do not panic, immediately consult a doctor of internal medicine for the problem.
Right now what you can do is:
Currently avoid drugs that have metabolism in the liver (Paracetamol, etc.) Get enough rest, and keep your diet. Regular exercise. Consult yourself to the doctor by bringing the complete lab examination results. A few answers from me, hopefully it helps.
Thank you :)