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Urine report showed protein and blood trace, IP cells 3-5, puss cells 12-15, few bacteria. Diabetic. History of kidney transplant. What does report indicate?

Hi, My fathers urine report showing clr pale yellow, app. slightly haxy, plt acidic, specific gravity 1.025, protien trace, ketone trace, occult blood trace, IP cells 3-5, pus cells 12-15 bact a few, cast granular cast a few he is having diabetics and kidney transplant recipient done in 2008 my question is what this urine report indicates
Asked On : Wed, 22 Aug 2012
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Your father is having urine infection. He is also passing ketones in his urine which points towards either diabetic ketoacidosis (very high sugar levels ) or prolonged fasting. Consult a urologist and a nephrologist who may order a few tests like urine for culture & sensitivity, ultrasonography of abdomen & KUB-Prostate and S.PSA (prostate specific antigen)and prescribe antibiotics depending on urine culture & sensitivity results. He should also see the endocrinologist to maintain the blood sugar levels within the target range.
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