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Sample Type: 24HRS URINE
A urine microalbumin test is done to detect very small levels of protein (albumin) in the urine. It is used to detect early signs of kidney damage in people at risk of kidney disease.
The test is performed on a 24 hr urine collection. Empty your bladder in the morning and collect the urine for the next 24 hrs, everytime you go to the toilet including the next morning. Avoid vigorous exercise 24 hrs prior to the test