Albumin and total protein concentrations are lower in neonates but approach adult levels by 10 to 12 months. Apr 14, · No clinical studies using albumin 25% have been conducted in pediatric patients. Safety and effectiveness in pediatric patients (less than 18 years old) have not been established. However, extensive experience suggests that children respond to albumin 25% in the same manner as adults.
Mar 08, · Albumin is the main protein in blood plasma and low levels can cause hypoalbuminemia. Here we look at the symptoms, the role of diet, and the outlook. Lanzkowsky, Philip, "Pediatric Hematology-Oncology, a Treatise for the Clinician", Miller, Dennis R. Ed. "Blood Diseases of Infancy and Childhood", fifth edition, Chemistry - Assays with Separate Male/Female Ranges.
Doctors may ask for a serum albumin test for patients who have been suffering from symptoms like fatigue, jaundice, loss of weight, and swelling around eyes, legs, and abdomen, etc. The reference scale for blood albumin levels ranges between g/dL and g/dL. The reference scale for albumin levels in urine ranges between 0 and 8 mg/dL. Appendix B Test Reference range (United States/conventional units) Male – Female – Venous All ages – pCO 2 Capillary/arterial.