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ALT/AST/T-Bil/ALB - Liver FunctionⅠ Rapid Reagent Kit

Oluolu o ka hana, piha akomi

ʻAʻole pono kahi hana / hoʻoponopono ʻana i ka ʻoihana

Overview

[pale ʻia ka leka uila] The Alanine Aminotransferase/Aspartate Aminotransferase/Total Bilirubin/Albumin Reagent Kit is intended to quantitatively determine the activity of alanine aminotransferase (ALT) and aspartate aminotransferase (AST) and concentration of total bilirubin (TB) and albumin (ALB) concentration in human serum. Clinically, it is mainly used for auxiliary diagnosis of liver diseases.


Hoʻohana hoʻohana

ALT and AST are sensitive indicators of liver cell damage and liver injury degree. The AST concentration elevates continuously and goes beyond ALT concentration usually indicates severe liver damage and is a sign of aggravation of chronic disease.

TB is the total value of direct bilirubin and indirect bilirubin. Clinically, it is mainly used to diagnose whether the liver disease or biliary tract is in abnormal state.

ALB is produced by liver. When there is severe hepatosis (such as liver cirrhosis), liver’s ability to produce albumin is greatly decreased, resulting in the decrease of serum albumin concentration.


Nā Huahana Huahana

Liquid phase reaction system, using rate method & end-point method methodology lead to accurate result

Loaʻa ka hopena ma 12 mau minuke

Pahu piha piha a hoʻohana hoʻokahi

Oluolu o ka hana, piha 'akomi, ʻaʻohe pono' oihana hana / calibration

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hoakaka

Nā mea ho'āʻo

ALT/AST/TB/ALB

Nā kikowaena

Koko serum

Wā Hōʻoia

12 minuke

Laulā Ana

ALT: 4.0~600   U/L

AST: 4.0~600   U/L

TB: 1.7~600 µmol/L

ALB: 10~60 g/L

ʻO ke kūpono

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