Common protein in the blood, testimony for the purpose, the rules for preparing for the delivery of the analysis, decoding the results and indicators of the norm.

IMPORTANT!

Information from this section cannot be used for self-diagnosis and self-treatment. In case of pain or other exacerbation of the disease, diagnostic studies should appoint only the attending physician. To make a diagnosis and proper appointment of treatment, you should contact your attending physician.

We remind you that the independent interpretation of the results is invalid, the information below is solely reference. Common protein (in blood) (Protein Total): testimony for the purpose, the rules for preparing for the analysis, decoding the results and indicators of the norm.

Indications for the purpose of the study

The definition of the level of general protein in the blood is recommended as a screening examination in order to search for violations of carbohydrates, proteins, fats and trace elements, which is reflected on the fungus functions, pancreas, kidneys, etc. Changing the concentration of general protein in the blood may indicate incorrect power , the presence of sharp and chronic inflammatory diseases, oncological processes.
  • The concentration of common protein may vary with the following diseases and states:
  • emotional overvoltage;
  • intense physical exertion;
  • disadvantage or excess fluid in the body;
  • dysfunction;
  • acute and chronic infectious processes;
  • long-term increase in body temperature;
  • after operations;
  • Against the background of extensive burns;
  • Liver disease: hepatitis (liver inflammation when infecting viruses or toxic substances), cirrhosis;
  • Chronic autoimmune diseases, as a result of which the immune system attacks the cells of its own organism (systemic red lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, etc.);

Oncological diseases in which abnormal immunoglobulins are produced (proteins having a changed chemical structure, molecular weight or immunological properties).

Preparation for the procedure

Before studying the concentration of general protein and protein fractions, it is necessary to abandon intensive physical exertion, alcohol intake, you should agree with a doctor of receiving hormonal drugs.

Common protein (in blood) (Protein Total)

Synonyms: general protein of blood serum; Common whey protein. Total Protein; Serum Total Protein; Total Serum Protein; TProt; Tr. Brief characteristic of the determined substance. General protein serum blood (blood plasma, deprived of fibrinogen) contains many proteins that perform diverse ...

In garbage Period of execution

Analysis - 1 working day.

What can affect the results Level General protein

Increases with long-term pressure of the harness during blood takes.

Reducing the concentration of general protein and the change in the ratio of protein fractions occurs in the third trimester of pregnancy against the background of an increase in blood volume and its ignition. The interpretation of the results of the study contains information for the attending physician and is not a diagnosis. Information from this section cannot be used for self-diagnosis and self-treatment. The exact diagnosis is set by the doctor using both the results of this survey and the necessary information from other sources: anamnesis, the results of other surveys, etc. Proteins play a huge role in the human body. They are the main block unit of the cell, perform many functions (mechanical, catalytic, signal), carry out transport of various substances. The protein base has hormones, enzymes that affect the speed of biochemical reactions, immunoglobulins protecting the body from infections.
The overall blood protein is a combination of all protein blood fractions. They maintain colloid-osmotic pressure and thereby constant blood volume, bind and delay water, not allowing to leave the bloodstream, participate in ensuring acid-alkaline balance and blood coagulation, tolerate various inorganic and organic substances, are associated with macro and trace elements, participate in immune response reactions, etc. The source material for the construction of protein molecules serve as amino acids that enter the body with food. The main plasma proteins are synthesized in liver cells, with the exception of immunoglobulins, which are manufactured in plasma cells (plasmocytes) and lymphocytes.
Reference values ​​of general protein Age Women, g / l
Men, g / l 1 day - 4.3 weeks 42-62.
41-63 4.3 weeks - 6 months 4.3 weeks - 6 months
44-66. 47-67 47-67
6-12 months 56-79 56-79
55-70 12-24 months 12-24 months

56-75

24 months - 14 years
  • 60-80
  • 14-60 years old
  • 64-83
> 60 years old
  • 62-81
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  • Deciphering results in children and adults
  • An increase in the concentration of common protein (hyperproteinemia) may be observed:
  • Against the background of intense physical exertion (due to the decay of muscle proteins and entering them into the blood);
  • Due to dehydration: due to lack of water intake or loss of a large volume of liquid for diseases and conditions, accompanied by indomitable vomiting, diarrhea, reinforced sweating, abundant urination;
  • With a strengthened protein synthesis against the background of chronic systemic inflammatory diseases, autoimmune processes, including by increasing the number of antibodies (immunoglobulins), with chronic noncommunicable hepatitis (for example, with alcohol intoxication). The cause of a persistent increase in the content of the general protein in the blood is malignant diseases (myeloma, macrobulinemia), in which plasmocytes produce pathological (not occurring normally) proteins similar to immunoglobulins.
Reducing the concentration of general protein in the blood (hypoproteinemia) is observed at:
Insufficient receipt, improper splitting or disturbed protein suction. This occurs against the background of long starvation, unbalanced nutrition, inflammatory diseases of the gastrointestinal tract (enterocolitis - inflammation of the intestines, pancreatitis - inflammation of the pancreas);

Insufficient receipt, improper splitting or disturbed protein suction. This occurs against the background of long starvation, unbalanced nutrition, inflammatory diseases of the gastrointestinal tract (enterocolitis - inflammation of the intestines, pancreatitis - inflammation of the pancreas);

reinforced spending or with a loss of protein (kidney disease, in which the protein falls into the urine, the cost of protein on the construction of tumor tissues, a protein loss with extensive bleeding);

chronic diseases (hepatitis, cirrhosis), when the liver loses the ability to synthesize proteins;

increased disintegration of proteins after operations, on the background of a long-term increase in temperature, burns, oncological diseases; the redistribution and exit of protein and fluid from the blood vessels at inflammation (with the formation of exudate) and with non-inflammatory processes (with the formation of transudate);

Congenital deficiency of immunoglobulins.

When the indicator deflects, the following studies are additionally carried out: albumin (in blood) (Albumin), protein fractions (Serum Protein Electrophoresis, SPE), clinical blood test: general analysis, leukoformula, SE (with mandatory "manual" microscopy of blood smear of blood).

Albumin (determining blood levels)

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Albumin in blood

Albumin represents the main part of the serum protein and takes about 60% of the total protein. Produced in the liver. Its main functions are the maintenance of oncotic pressure plasma, transport of molecules (hormones, electrolyte ions, bilirubin, bile elements, drugs) and amino acid reserve (with starvation level of albumin decreases).

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  • Performance and test methods
  • Photometric method. Quantitative, g / l
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  • What is it for
  • Blood test to albumin

Albumin usually enters the biochemical screening to determine the overall state of human health, since its concentration is associated with the development of many diseases.

The main reasons for the reduction of albumin (hypoalbuminemia) associated with the development of the disease, diseases of the liver and kidneys are considered. But, as a rule, hypoalbuminemia is observed in chronic diseases (liver cirrhosis) and hepatic insufficiency, but if the disease occurs sharply and is quickly resolved (acute hepatitis), then usually the level of albumin remains within the normal range. In case of kidney disease, their ability to maintain albumin and other proteins are lost. Also, ordinary dosages of drugs can lead to intoxication if a person has hypoalbuminemia (due to a decrease in drug binding).

The blood test to albumin is prescribed at:

assessing the general condition of the body;

Liver and kidney diseases;

injuries and burns;

Oncological diseases.

Value of analyzes Blood albumin rate

Adult men and women - 35-50 g / l.

  • Reference intervals may vary in different laboratories.
  • Alternative units of measurement: g / 100 ml = g / dl = g%.
  • Coefficient of recalculation: g / 100 ml x 10 ==> g / l.

Causes of lower albumin

  • The level of albumin may be lowered in the case of reduced protein synthesis, or with an enlarged loss or decay.
  • The level of albumin is somewhat lowered in hospitalized patients (5-10 g / l), since the position of the body and physical activity can affect albumin concentration.
  • Redued albumin synthesis:
  • Diet, starvation;
  • Malabsorption syndrome (absorption disorder);

Liver diseases (severe lesions - atrophy, toxic damage, cirrhosis).

  • Increased loss of albumin:
  • kidney disease;
  • enterocolitis;
  • burns;

bleeding;

  • effusion (exudate).
  • Elevated albumin decay:
  • sepsis, fever;

injuries, neoplasms;

Cushing syndrome, hyperthyroidism, hypercorticism;

Hypershydration.

Causes of Albumin

dehydration (dehydration), for example, in diarrhea, vomiting, abundant sweating;

Reception of anabolic steroids, androgen, growth hormones and insulin, as well as in large doses of vitamin A; Intravenous administration at large concentrations of albumin at infusions. Albumin in pregnant and children In pregnant women in the third trimester of pregnancy (due to hemodillia), and in children until the third month of life, physiological hypoalbuminemia is observed. Conditions for surrendering

Blood from Vienna, on an empty stomach (from 8 to 14 hours of hunger). On the eve of avoiding food overloads.

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