Kidney Disease Testing
1 in 3.
That’s how many Americans are at risk of developing kidney disease according to the National Kidney Foundation. Around 30 million suffer from what’s called chronic kidney disease – which means over time, your kidneys gradually lose function.
Kidney screening can help you identify if you’re one of the millions at risk of getting the disease.
If you catch kidney disease early, you’ll have a better chance of treating it before you lose total kidney failure.
Screenings for kidney disease
We recommend working with a doctor to determine if you have kidney disease. The National Kidney Foundation explains the doctor may recommend the following tests:
- GFR (glomerular filtration rate) – a blood test
- ACR (Albumin to Creatinine Ratio) – a urine test
If you’d like to give your urine or blood samples in a comfortable, no-hassle location let us help you.
idney (Renal) Panel-Basic Panel
If you want to access your kidney risk and function, here’s a panel of tests many clients find helpful:
- Albumin, Serum
- BUN : Blood Urea Nitrogen, Serum
- Calcium, Serum
- Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
- Creatinine, Serum
- Glucose (Fasting)
- Phosphorus, Serum
- Potassium, Serum
- Sodium, (Na) Serum
Test Smartly Labs is much more affordable than hospital labs and we can get your results exactly where they need to go.