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Background of Clinical Indications
It is used for the auxiliary diagnosis of diabetic nephropathy; hypertensive nephropathy; congestive heart failure; glomerulonephritis; urinary tract infections; wet diseases; traumatic burns; acute pancreatitis, etc. Any lesions that can cause increased glomerular basement membrane permeability can lead to increased excretion of albumin, and urine microalbumin will also increase significantly. Studies have shown that urinary microalbumin is not only an indicator of early diagnosis of diabetic nephropathy, but also has important reference value for vascular damage suggesting cardiovascular disease and hypertension.