Uric Acid

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Test Description

The uric acid urine test is used to help diagnose the cause of recurrent kidney stones and to monitor people with gout for stone formation.

Symptoms are: frequent urination

discolored urine (bloody, dark, or foamy)

joint pain

bone pain

back pain

muscle cramping

restless legs

fatigue

trouble sleeping

poor appetite

swelling (especially in the extremities)

itchiness

Blood:

Higher than normal uric acid levels in the blood is called hyperuricemia and can be caused by producing too much uric acid in the body or the inability of the kidneys to adequately remove enough uric acid from the body. Further investigation is needed to determine the cause of the overproduction or decreased elimination of uric acid.

There are several genetic inborn errors that affect the break-down of purines. Cancer that has spread from its original location (metastatic), multiple myeloma, leukemias, and cancer chemotherapy can cause increased production of uric acid. Chronic renal disease, acidosis, toxemia of pregnancy, and alcoholism can cause decreased elimination of uric acid.

Increased concentrations of uric acid can cause crystals to form in the joints, which can lead to the joint inflammation and pain characteristic of gout. Uric acid can also form crystals or kidney stones that can damage the kidneys.

The American College of Rheumatology published guidelines on the management of gout in 2012 that recommend that target serum urate (uric acid) levels should be below 6 mg/dL for people diagnosed with the condition.

Low levels of uric acid in the blood are seen much less commonly than high levels and are seldom considered cause for concern. Although low values can be associated with some kinds of liver or kidney diseases, Fanconi syndrome, exposure to toxic compounds, and rarely as the result of an inherited metabolic defect (e.g., Wilson disease), these conditions are typically identified by other tests and symptoms and not by an isolated low uric acid result.

Urine

High uric acid levels in the urine are seen with gout, multiple myeloma, metastatic cancer, leukemia, and a diet high in purines. Those at risk of kidney stones who have high uric acid levels in their urine may be given medication to prevent stone formation.

Low urine uric acid levels may be seen with kidney disease, chronic alcohol use, and lead poisoning.

Control your blood sugar if you have diabetes. Keep a healthy blood pressure. Follow a low-salt, low-fat diet. Exercise at least 30 minutes on most days of the week. Keep a healthy weight. Do not smoke or use tobacco. Limit alcohol.

Test Method 1 : The test requires a blood sample, which is drawn through a needle from a vein in your arm. 

Report available : Turn around time is 24 hours. 

Clean Blood Pollution Therapy

It is another treatment to treat polluted blood not the kidneys. It makes full use of various techniques to remove the toxin and harmful substance on vascular walls and blood vessels so as to effectively restore original hematopoietic and blood circulation mechanism of the patients so as to cure kidney disease. The core of the treatment is cleaning toxins, elements supplementation, and function rebuilding. 

In addition to the mentioned above, the unique external application like Hot Compress Therapy, Medicated Bath, interventional therapy, Stem Cell Therapy and so on also available for patients. According to the therapeutic effect, some oral medicines like Mai-kang composition may be prescribed by our doctors. Through the whole treatment, kidney failure be be well controlled or even reversed without dialysis or kidney transplant. 

A person have the following symptoms should get this done: frequent urination

discolored urine (bloody, dark, or foamy)

joint pain

bone pain

back pain

muscle cramping

restless legs

fatigue

trouble sleeping

poor appetite

swelling (especially in the extremities)

itchiness

Gender : Mainly occurs in women and men. 

Age : Mainly occurs at the age of 30 to 55 years. 

Socio Geographic : It is predominant all over the world. 

Kidney, thyroid gland, brain, spine
Diabetes gout, arthritis, bone marrow disorders, hypoparathyroidism, parathyroid function kidney disorders, kidney failure, kidney stones, multiple myeloma,