Guide to estimate Proteinuria

In the table to the left, find the PROTEIN 2+ value on the top row, and then find the CREATININE 3+ value on the left row as indicated.

Find the spot on the table where the PROTEIN 2+ and the CREATININE 3+ meet. In example 1 above, the 2 values meet on a RED color block, which suggests Proteinuria.

 

In the table to the left, find the PROTEIN 1+ value on the top row, and then find the CREATININE 4+ value on the left row as indicated.

Find the spot on the table where the PROTEIN 1+ and the CREATININE 4+ meet. In example 2 above, the 2 values meet on a GREEN color block, which suggests Proteinuria is NOT present (Normal).