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Urine test done for albumin, epithelium cell and puss cell. What does the finding mean?

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Hi this is regarding a Urine sample test of a 65 year old female. Following were the findings of the test
Albumin - Present (+)
Epithelium Cell - 4-6/hps
Puss Cell - 25-30 hps
Micro organism - Present
Specific gravity - 1018
Reaction - Acidic
Certifuge deposit - Unorganised
Please let me know what does these finding mean
Posted Tue, 15 Jan 2013 in Urinary and Bladder Problems
Answered by Dr. Grzegorz Stanko 1 hour later

Thank you for the query.

This test indicates simple symptoms like frequent urinating, burning when urinating, lower abdominal pain. It is necessary to have antibiotics therapy (for example Ciprofloxacine 500mg 2x1 during 5 days) and have urine analysis repeated after the end of this treatment. Increased water intake is also advisable.

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