A 32-year-old male asked:
Good or bad? creatinine, urine 292.9 (no ref range provided) however my microalbumin/creatinine and microalbumin, was completely normal.
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Geriatrics 32 years experience
Microalbuminuria: As long as your microalbumin-to-creatinine ratio is normal (less than 30), then you're considered normal, at least no microalbuminuria. This is standard screening for those w/diabetes. ACE inhibitors & ARBs (blood pressure drugs) can lower risk of developing kidney failure. So can optimal sugar control (aiming for A1c less than 7). Other way to assess kidney function is eGFR calculated from creati
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