Results Of Laboratory Tests And Swelling Of The Feet?
I want to ask. From the results of the laboratory examination, urea 25.9 creatinine 1.3 uric acid 10.2 sgot(ast) 18 sgpt(alt) 25. What did you suffer when you got these results? and now also has swelling in the ankles. Then how to treat it?
Thanks for the question. You need to know that to find out what happened to the patient, not only laboratory information is needed but information about the patient's complaints and the doctor's physical examination also needs to be known. To diagnose a disease, the doctor needs to ask some questions about the patient's complaints, perform a physical examination, then carry out supporting examinations such as blood tests, urine tests, and others. The cause of the patient's complaints can not be known only through blood tests. From the results of the blood examination, it was found that urea, creatinine, and uric acid were high.
Swollen feet can be caused by various health conditions, such as:
soft tissue injury, bone fracture, cellulitis, which is a bacterial infection of the soft tissue under the skin, impaired heart function, impaired kidney function, impaired liver function, gout, joint and other infections. Please advise the patient to return to the discussion with the doctor who suggested the examination so that the doctor can relate the results with information about complaints and a doctor's physical examination to determine the underlying health condition of this patient's complaint. In the meantime, please rest the swollen leg and always raise the swollen leg higher when sitting or sleeping to reduce swelling.
Hope this information is useful.