If the ratio of albumin to creatinine is more than 300 mg/g of creatinine, the condition is known as macroalbuminuria , which means, there is a large amount of albumin in the urine. This means that there is a kidney disease which is severely affecting the normal functioning of kidneys and if not treated in time, could lead to kidney failure.How often to check albumin creatinine ratio?
Urine Albumin and Albumin to Creatinine Ratio. Once a diagnosis of type 2 diabetes is made and then annually; 5 years after diagnosis of type 1 diabetes and then annually; at regular intervals when you have high blood pressure.How to reduce albumin in urine?
You may be able to reduce the amount of albumin in your urine by taking medicines that lower blood pressure called ACE inhibitors or ARBs. The names of these medicines end in -pril or -sartan.What does a high albumin level mean?
If your test shows high levels of urine albumin, or a rise in urine albumin, it could mean you have kidney damage or disease. If you have diabetes, one possible cause of an increased urine albumin is kidney disease (diabetic nephropathy). How is this test done? This test requires a urine sample.