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SGPT/ALT Test Qutub Vihar

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The Alanine Transaminase (ALT) test, also known as serum glutamate-pyruvate transaminase (SGPT), analyses ALT levels in the blood and is generally found inside liver cells. The ALT enzyme is released into the bloodstream when the liver is injured or inflamed. This procedure aids in the early diagnosis of any liver damage. Before other symptoms such as jaundice, black urine, and vomiting develop, an increase in ALT (SGPT) is the first sign of a problem. Higher-than-normal ALT levels can signify liver disease caused by hepatitis, cirrhosis, or liver tissue death. Lower ALT levels (within the normal range) suggest a healthy liver, while extremely low ALT levels may pose a health danger. The SGPT normal range Qutub Vihar is from 0 to 45 units per litre of blood serum. An SGPT test is required regularly to monitor the health of the liver. The labs for the SGPT test Qutub Vihar are trustworthy and certified. You do not need to perform any special preparation before the testing of SGPT ALT Qutub Vihar.

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High enzyme levels may indicate that the liver is wounded or irritated, with enzymes leaking out of the liver cells.

People can reduce their ALT levels by modifying their lifestyle habits, such as exercising more and eating healthier

SGPT levels in blood serum should be between 0 to 45 units per litre. High enzyme levels in the liver might be a sign of significant disease or injury

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