|albumin creatinine ratio low||1.53||0.5||6167||6|
|creatinine and albumin low ratio||0.42||1||9247||78|
|albumin creatinine ratio very low||1.09||0.4||3621||43|
|low albumin creatinine ratio urine||1.22||0.7||3848||24|
|low albumin creatinine ratio in urine||0.98||0.8||3571||73|
|albumin to creatinine ratio low||0.94||0.3||4498||89|
|low albumin creatinine ratio||1.91||1||991||36|
|urine albumin creatinine ratio low||0.52||0.6||4957||19|
Two important causes of low blood albumin include: Severe liver disease—since albumin is produced by the liver, its level can decrease with loss of liver function; however, this typically occurs only when the liver has been severely affected.What is the treatment for low albumin?
If you have a kidney condition, blood pressure medications can help keep you from passing albumin out through your urine. This can reduce your symptoms. Common medications include captopril (Capoten) and benazepril (Lotensin). Medications used to suppress your immune system can also help keep inflammation from lowering your albumin levels.What does a low microalbumin level mean?
Low albumin levels can indicate a number of health conditions, including: If your doctor believes your low serum albumin levels are due to liver disease, they may order more tests to determine the specific type of liver disease. Types of liver disease include hepatitis, cirrhosis, and hepatocellular necrosis.