Book Alpha1 AntiTrypsin (AAT) Quantitative Test in Gurgaon

Book Alpha1 AntiTrypsin (AAT) Quantitative Test in Gurgaon

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The Alpha 1 Antitrypsin test in Gurgaon is done to detect Alpha1 AntiTrypsin deficiency (AATD) inside the body. The AAT is a protein produced by the liver and protects the lungs from certain infections. The deficiency of AAT inside the body could be an indication of liver or lung diseases. AATD is considered to be an inherited disorder (passed down from generations). The protein AAT is produced with the help of specific genes. Its deficiency should be treated immediately.

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About Alpha1 AntiTrypsin (AAT) Quantitative Test

Why is the AAT Quantitative test done?

The AAT test is done mostly to diagnose cases of AATD in people who develop lung diseases at a young age (45 years or less) and do not smoke or inhale anything to cause lung problems. The test is also used to diagnose cases of a rare liver disease that happens to infants.
The test is done if any of the following symptoms are noticed among individuals:

  • Shortness of breath
  • Wheezing
  • Chronic coughing
  • Fast heartbeat even under normal conditions
  • Problems with vision
  • Asthma not being cured with treatment

Symptoms of liver problems might be seen in infants:

  • Jaundice (yellowing of the skin)
  • Enlarged spleen
  • Frequent itching problem
What does the AAT Quantitative test measure?

AAT is generated with the help of a specific gene inside individuals. If, by any chance, there is a mutation in any copy of the genes needed for AAT, the body will make less AAT, or the AAT produced will not perform its function.

  • If there are two mutated copies of the gene needed for AAT, then that is called AAT disorder. People who have this disorder might get lung or liver diseases before the age of 45.
  • If there is one mutated copy of the gene, the amount of AAT produced will be less, but there will be no major symptoms. But people who do have this condition could pass on the AAT disorder to the next generations.

The AAT test gives a measure of the amount of AAT being produced inside the body. If the levels are within the recommended range, a healthcare professional should be contacted immediately, and treatment should be started.

Risk/Side-effects of AAT Quantitative test

There are no major risks as such when it comes to the AAT test. However, in rare cases, there might be some pain and bruising in the part where the needle was injected. In addition, there might be swelling of the veins or infection at the puncture site of the needle. These side-effects can easily be avoided by taking extra precautions during the blood-taking process. These symptoms fade away quickly, so there is nothing to worry about. Get tested right away!


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Are there any risks involved?

There are minor risks of any injuries or side-effects due to this test.

How is the sample taken?

The blood is taken from the arm. The area is cleaned with rubbing alcohol, and the technician takes blood precisely.

Why is an AAT conducted?

AAT indicates infection in lungs or the liver.

Interpreting the AAT Quantitative Test Results

Interpreting the AAT Quantitative Test Results

The concept here is pretty basic; if the level of AAT inside the body is less than the recommended level, which is an indication of one or both copies of the genes being mutated.

The lower the level of AAT, the higher the chances of mutated genes and AAT disorder in the body.If lower levels of AAT are found in the blood, there are certain steps that could be taken to reduce the risk of AAT disease:

  • If you are a smoker, stop smoking immediately. If you don’t smoke, don’t even think about starting now. Smoking could turn the disease into something life-threatening.
  • Getting regular exercise and following a healthy diet
  • Going for routine check-ups and doing any tests required
  • Regularly taking medicines as prescribed

As per the health charts, the normal range of AAT inside the body ranges from 80mg/dL to 220 mg/dL. So, for an AATD infected person, the level of AAT might be 60 mg/dL.

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