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The Kidney Function Test (KFT/RFT 1) is a vital diagnostic tool that evaluates the health and functionality of the kidneys. Comprising a series of blood and urine tests, this comprehensive profile provides crucial insights into renal health, aiding in the early detection and management of kidney disorders. KFT/RFT 1 typically includes measurements of key indicators such as blood urea nitrogen (BUN), serum creatinine, and uric acid levels. These parameters offer valuable information about the kidneys' ability to filter waste products, regulate electrolytes, and maintain fluid balance in the body. Additionally, the test may assess electrolytes like sodium, potassium, and chloride.

The results of KFT/RFT 1 help healthcare professionals identify conditions such as chronic kidney disease, kidney infections, or electrolyte imbalances. Timely detection of kidney dysfunction enables the formulation of targeted treatment plans, lifestyle modifications, and preventive measures to mitigate the progression of renal disorders. Routine monitoring with the Kidney Function Test is especially important for individuals with risk factors such as diabetes, hypertension, or a family history of kidney disease. By assessing renal health comprehensively, the KFT/RFT 1 empowers healthcare providers to offer personalized care, ensuring optimal kidney function and overall well-being. Regular inclusion of this test in health check-ups plays a critical role in preventive healthcare, contributing to the early identification and management of kidney-related issues.


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