Index to Chiropractic Literature
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  Title Microalbuminurea screening in the initial clinical nutritional examination
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Journal Nutr Perspect. 2009 Apr;32(2):5-8
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Abstract/Notes The clinical components of the nutritionally-oriented initial patient office evaluation include appropriate health history interview, physical examination and instrumentation, and lab work. Reference lab testing may include appropriate blood chemistry and hematology profiles, and point-of-care, in-office testing including CLIA-waived 10 SG reagent strip dipstick urinalysis. This paper focuses on when to include available point-of-care CLIA-waived microalbuminurea urinalysis screening with the nutritional evaluation of a new office patient. Clinical considerations for microalbuminura screening of non-diabetic, hypertensive adult patients will be reviewed.

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