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Overview brief

Angiotensin Converting Enzyme is a type of test used to confirm the presence of Sarcoidosis.

What is Angiotensin Converting Enzyme?

Angiotensin Converting Enzyme is a test conducted when the patient is presented with symptoms similar to sarcoidosis. The Angiotensin Converting Enzyme test confirms whether the symptoms of a result of sarcoidosis or any other disorder.

Why is Angiotensin Converting Enzyme suggested?

Angiotensin Converting Enzyme is suggested when a person is presented with the following symptoms, 

  • Red watery eyes.
  • Numbness in the hand and other parts of the body.
  • How are Angiotensin Converting Enzyme tests performed?

    The  Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Test is performed by,

    • The blood is drawn from the vein of the patient.
    • The site is cleaned with an antiseptic solution and pierced through a needle.

    Angiotensin Converting Enzyme tests provide perfect results.

  • What are the parameters measured in the Angiotensin Converting Enzyme?

    The parameters measured in Angiotensin Converting Enzyme  are,

  • The ACE levels in the blood are measured.
  • Preparation before performing Angiotensin Converting Enzyme

    Before the Angiotensin Converting Enzyme test the patients should,

  • Inform about the previous medications to the doctors.
  • No smoking or drinking for at least 24 hours before the test.
  • Post-care after Angiotensin Converting Enzyme

    Post-care after Angiotensin Converting Enzyme testing are,

  • The patient can leave after the test is conducted.
  • The doctor will start the treatment for the particular disorder.
  • Sample types in Angiotensin Converting Enzyme

    The sample types in Angiotensin Converting Enzyme are,

  • Blood samples.
  • Side effects of Angiotensin Converting Enzyme test

    Common Side effects of Angiotensin Converting Enzyme tests are,

  • The patient might experience discomfort during the test while drawing blood.

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