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Child with high fever, urinalysis showed pus cells, RBC, occasional epithelial cells, phosphates and bacteria. Worrisome?

hello, im very much worried about my son who is suffering high fever . we undergone cbc and urinalysis labtests, however i dont know how to interpret this, can you please help me interpret the results bec. i cannot wait any longer to see the doctor the next day for the reading..the results go like this: color: light yellow character: hazy blood: trace pH: 6.5 specific gravity: 1.015 Pus cells: 0-1/hpf red blood cells: 0-2/hpf epithelial cells: occasional A.urates/phospates: occasional bacteria: occasional are these shown normal condition or not to some parts?please help me...
Asked On : Thu, 16 Aug 2012
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This is almost a normal finding in the routine urine test except for the appearance of hazy blood in urine and a finding of RBC of 0-2/hpf .As your child is febrile,so one of the commonest cause of this finding in urine can be due to the Urinary Tract Infection which can be treated by taking a course of antibiotics and 2-3 litres of water/ need not worry.
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