Determination Your Result Expected Range Test Guide
URINE TEMPERATURE N/S
URN SPECIFIC GRAVITY 1.003-1.035 Low specific gravity is characteristic of diabetes or
tubular necrosis, while high values may occur with
dehydration, congestive heart failure, kidney failure,
liver failure or shock.
URN CREATININE 10.0-300.0 mg% Creatinine levels primarily measure renal function.
Decreased levels may indicate impaired renal
perfusion, urinary tract obstruction, or kidney
URN GLUCOSE 0.00 g/dL Sugar glucose in the urine. Presence is generally
thought to be the result of diabetes.
URN TOTAL PROTEIN 0.0-14.9 mg/dL Excessive protein in the urine. An elevated result
may indicate common infections of the kidney,
prostate or vagina or extreme muscular insertion.
Elevations may also indicate metabolic or systemic
disease states such as diabetes mellitus, kidney
disease, renal failure, multiple myeloma, etc.
URN PROTEIN/CREATININE 0.00-0.20 g/gCREA Protein/Creatinine Ratio may help determine
whether protein is elevated due to kidney disease
or urine concentration.
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I would like to know what would this kind of blood results would mean