DETERMINATION OF GLUCOSE, UREA, AND ALBUMIN IN BLOOD SERUM OF MALARIAL PATIENTS

S. BALOCH, G. S. GACHAL, S. A. MEMON, M. BALOCH

Abstract


Malaria is the most serious tropical diseases in the world. This study may examined blood serum level of Glucose, Urea and Albumin, which have been determined in malarial patients and compared with control subjects by using Microlab 300. For the determination of Glucose, Urea  and Albumin fifteen intravenous blood samples each from referred malarial patients and a group of control subjects were collected and immediately centrifuged to obtain the supernatant liquid, serum of both groups for analysis. The blood serum levels of urea in malarial patients was  determined to be 13.7±3.15, which increased as compared to the control subjects, the albumin, glucose were decreased as compared to the control subjects.


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