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Urine analysis shows CMP and CBP results are low. Suggestions?

i have the urinalysis , CBC and CMP Results and each one have no normal reults. urinalysys blood - large urobilinogen -1.0 e.u./dl leukocyte - small RBC - over 50/hpf WBC - 10-15/hpf squam ephith cells - many bacteria - many/hpf mucus threads - present CMP Anion gap - low calc osmolality - low ALB/GLOB RATIO - low AST/SGOT - low ALT/SGPT -low CBC WBC - low
Asked On : Sat, 16 Mar 2013
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Pathologist and Microbiologist 's  Response
Hello nd welcome to HCM,

Your urinanalysis report suggests presence of RBCs, WBCs, squamous epithelial cells, bacteria and mucus threads.
This suggests presence of urinary tract infection.

You should consult your doctor and get a urine culture and sentivity done.
Culture and sensitivity will isolate the bacteria causing infection and appropriate antibiotic for the infection.

It would be good if you post your entire blood report.
Kindly, post your CBC report for better interpretation.

Thanks and take care.
Dr Shailja P Wahal
Answered: Sat, 30 Mar 2013
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