Kidney tests

The markers of the kidney tests measure values of various kidney markers that can provide answers as to whether you have reduced kidney function. Get answers to your values - order and make an appointment for a blood test.


Kidney and liver marker

Cystatin C

Cystatin C is a protein produced by all cells in the body and filtered by the kidneys. Measuring cystatin C levels can give an indication of kidney function.


Marker of kidney function


Phosphate is an additive, it often appears in combination with, for example, sodium and calcium which form salts - these are called phosphates.


Marker of kidney function


Chloride is an electrolyte that is important for normal cell function and regulation of fluid and salt balance in the body. It is part of the stomach's hydrochloric acid and contributes to food digestion.


Marker of kidney function


Creatinine is formed in your muscles when the body breaks down creatine phosphate (the muscles' energy reserve). The kidneys' job is to filter creatinine.


Marker for indication of Gout


Urate or uric acid is a naturally occurring chemical compound produced in the kidneys and intestines and excreted when the body breaks down substances called purines.


Kidney and liver marker

Urea (UEA)

Urea is a residual product that is formed during the breakdown of proteins and amino acids from the food we put into us


Marker of kidney function

eGFR Cystatin C

eGFR is a marker of kidney function, a low eGFR (estimated glomerular filtration rate) may indicate impaired kidney function.