Protein excretion converter calculator

Protein excretion canverter calculator

Protein excretion canverter calculator was developed to convert protein concentration in daily urine collection to urinary protein excretion in 24 hours.

The calculator calculates protein excretion in daily urine collection in two units:

  • g/24h
  • mg/24h

To calculate excretion, enter the value of protein concentration in units:

  • g/dL
  • mg/dL
  • g/L

I cordially invite you to the post daily urine collection, where you will read a few words about how urine collection is performed. Remember that proper preparation for the test and the right way to collect the material are of great importance in laboratory diagnosis. The pre-analytical process is very important!

Protein excretion canverter calculator – calculate it

To use the calculator, you need to: enter the protein concentration value from the daily urine collection, select the unit and enter the amount of urine in milliliters. It doesn’t get any easier than that! The calculator itself will automatically calculate the excretion of protein in urine in two units.

How to calculate daily urinary protein excretion?

The easiest and fastest way is to use the above calculator. It allows you to calculate daily protein excretion in urine in different configurations.

However, if you want to calculate daily protein excretion on your own, you can use the following formula:

(protein concentration in g/dL x urine volume in ml) x 10 = daily urinary protein excretion in mg/24h

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Disclaimer: This page is for informational purposes only. Conversion rates have been compiled based on publicly available information. All information should be confirmed and verified. The data on the site is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Any information, result, conversion should be consulted with a doctor.

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