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Journal of Evidence Based Medicine and Healthcare
INTRODUCTION Albumin is the name used to describe proteins readily soluble in water and coagulate by heating. The most abundant protein found in the serum is albumin in humans. Albumin is the key transporting medium i.e. it helps to transport the hydrophobic substances from the blood stream. The normal serum level is 3.2-5.1g/dL. It forms 56% of the total protein. Anything below 2g/dL is known as hypoalbuminemia. The aim of the study is to find out the pre-operative serum level and try to finddoi:10.18410/jebmh/2016/172 fatcat:tvmyyi7jw5gnfmdnrkavu5kknq