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2.02.03.02.01 Aldólasi

Samheiti: S-Aldolase; kat.k., S-Aldolase; cat.c, Fructose-diphosphat aldolase
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Gerð sýnis : Sermi (hemólýsufrítt), EDTA-plasma eða Li-heparín-plasma.
Sýni tekið með minnsta mögulegum stasa í serum glas með rauðum tappa án gels (svört miðja) . Litakóði samkvæmt Greiner.

Magn: 1 mL (Min. 0,5 mL).
Geymsla sýnis: Kælir
Sýnasending: Hraðsending í stofuhita. (Frystisending til Unilab)
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Aldolase
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Material0.5 ml Serum (bevorzugt) 0.5 ml EDTA-Plasma 0.5 ml Lithium-Heparin-Plasma
ProbentransportPostversand möglich
AnsatztageMo.-Sa.
Richtwerte
Alter U/L
Neugeborene < 23,2 U/l
bis 6 Monate < 15,1 U/l
6 Monate - 1 Jahr < 11,0 U/l
1 Jahr - 12 Jahre < 9,3 U/l
> 12 Jahre < 7,6 U/l
MethodePhotometrie (PHOT)
BemerkungKeine Leistung der gesetzlichen Krankenkasse.
Klinische IndikationAnstelle der Aldolase wird die Bestimmung der Creatinkinase (CK) und je nach Indikation Myoglobin oder LDH empfohlen.
DurchführungEigenleistung
Akkreditiertja
Stand2019-06-03
Unilab:
Analysenummer
7201-150
AnalysenavnS-Aldolase; kat.k.
Engelsk navnS-Aldolase; cat.c.
SynonymerFructose-diphosphat aldolase
IFCC-IUPAC kodeNPU29068
PatientforberedelseIngen særlige forholdsregler.
Prøvemateriale1 ml (min. 0,5 ml) hæmolysefrit serum.
Stabilitet: stuetemp. 2 dage, køl 14 dage, fryser 6 måneder.
PrøvetagningVeneblod tages under mindst mulig stase i glas uden tilsætning, henstår i ca. 30 minutter. Glasset centrifugeres 10 min. ved 1800-2000 x g, hvorefter serum afpipetteres.
ForsendelseSkal modtages indenfor 1 døgn efter prøvetagning, hvis prøven sendes ved stuetemperatur, ellers frossen på tøris.
Referenceinterval< 5.0 U/l (<7,6 U/L)
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Aldolase level – Labpedia.net


Your body converts a form of sugar called glucose into energy. This process requires a number of different steps. One important component in the process is an enzyme known as aldolase. Aldolase can be found throughout the body, but concentrations are highest in skeletal muscle and liver.
Although there’s not a direct correlation, high blood aldolase levels can occur if there is damage to your liver or muscles.
The aldolase test measures the amount of aldolase in your blood. Increased levels of this enzyme may indicate a serious health problem.
Elevated aldolase is usually a sign of muscle or liver damage. For example, muscle damage from a heart attack releases aldolase in large quantities. Liver damage, such as cirrhosis, raises
aldolase levels as well.
In the past, the aldolase test was used to look for liver or muscle damage. Today, doctors use more specific blood tests, including:
  • creatine kinase
  • alanine aminotransferase
  • aspartate aminotransferase
The aldolase test is no longer used routinely. However, it may be ordered if you have muscular dystrophy. It can also be used to assess rare genetic disorders of the skeletal muscles, such as dermatomyositis and polymyositis.
1.0 to 7.5 units per liter.
Higher or abnormal levels may be due to health conditions, including:
  • muscle damage
  • dermatomyositis
  • viral hepatitis
  • cancers of the liver, pancreas, or prostate
  • muscular dystrophy
  • heart attack
  • polymyositis
  • leukemia
  • gangrene
  • hyperaldolasemia
Aldolase testing for conditions such as hyperaldolasemia is not straightforward. This condition causes muscle mass in the body to decrease. At first, muscle destruction causes higher aldolase levels. However, aldolase levels actually decline as the amount of muscle in the body decreases.
Low levels of aldolase can be seen in people with:
  • fructose intolerance
  • muscle-wasting disease
  • late stage muscular dystrophy


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