Originally Posted by Remy21
sugarcatmom - Do you know how to figure out the albumin to globulin ratio? His globulin was 5.6 and albumin was 3.3. I've read that if the "A:G ratio" is less than 0.6 (or some sources say 0.8) that it is another indicator of FIP.
Do you just divide 5.6 / 3.3 or how does that work?
Don't take my word for it, but I think you would divide the albumin by the globulin, so 3.3/5.6 = 0.589