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Sgpt; Alanine Aminotransferase (alt) Test in Jamnagar

Ideal for individuals aged18-99years

Also Known asSerum Glutamic-Pyruvic Transaminase

No fasting required

Booked 100+ times



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About SGPT Test

SGPT tests /ALT Test measures the level of Glutamic Pyruvic Transaminase in the serum (blood). It is helpful in determining liver function. SGPT, also known as Alanine Transferase. It is an enzyme released by the liver cells into the blood. It is used to break down food and convert it to energy. If the liver cells are damaged, they release more SGPT in the blood.

SGPT; Alanine Aminotransferase (ALT) Test Brief

Test Name

SGPT; Alanine Aminotransferase (ALT) Test in Jamnagar

Also Known as

Serum Glutamic-Pyruvic Transaminase

Booked for

100+ times

Preparation required.

No fasting required



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    Who Needs the ALT test?

    • Normal fit people as a part of regular check-ups.

    • People showing signs of liver dysfunction like yellowish skin, pale stools, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting.

    • Patients with chronic hepatitis or liver cell damage to monitor the progress.

    • Patients with jaundice receive treatment to see how well the treatment is working.

    Preparations and Precautions

    • No special precaution required

    Sgpt; Alanine Aminotransferase (alt) Test price in Jamnagar

    • The regular cost of Sgpt; Alanine Aminotransferase (alt) Test is ₹29 in Jamnagar, but we are offering a 5% discount, so you can book it for just ₹28. This all-inclusive cost covers the collection, testing, and mailing of reports.

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    Frequently Asked Questions about Sgpt; Alanine Aminotransferase (alt) Test in Jamnagar

    What type of infection/illness can the ALT test detect?

    It cannot alone be used as a diagnostic test. Along with other liver function tests, it can detect: 1. Liver cell damage because of drugs, toxins (including alcohol), or radiation 2. Viral hepatitis acute and chronic 3. Cirrhosis of the liver 4. Muscle injury 5. Kidney and heart problems

    When is it considered a serious level of SGPT?

    A value of >5000 IU/l is considered as extremely high and seen with acute liver cell damage or live failure.

    Does high SGPT mean fatty liver?

    No. There are other causes of elevated levels of SGPT. Fatty liver is only one of the causes of elevated SGPT.

    What do abnormal test results mean?

    Mildly elevated levels are seen in: 1. Alcohol abuse 2. Liver cirrhosis 3. Fatty liver 4. Infectious Mononucleosis 5. Drugs such as statins, NSAIDs, anti-epileptics Moderately elevated levels of SGPT are seen in: 1. Chronic liver disease 2. Blockage of the bile ducts 3. Heart attack or heart disease 4. Kidney disease 5. Muscle injury 6. Extensive red blood cell destruction Extremely elevated levels of SGPT are seen in: 1. Drug overdose like acetaminophen, poisoning 2. Acute viral hepatitis 3. Liver cancer 4. Sepsis