Early kidney disease detection: ACR testing solutions

Although anyone can have albumin in their urine, elevated levels are an early warning sign that the kidneys are not functioning properly. A simple albumin-to-creatinine ratio (ACR) test can be used to screen for increased urinary albumin excretion.

Offering proven performance in urinalysis – from the point of care to the central laboratory – Siemens Healthineers ACR testing solutions enable early detection of kidney disease and improve the patient experience by allowing treatment to begin sooner. Users can provide results in about a minute with the CLINITEK family of urine analysers, and perform visual analysis with Microalbustix urine test strips

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