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Done blood test. Need interpretation

What does hazy means and S.P. Gravity - 1.020 , PH is 5, Ketone - .20 FBS Hexokinase SI units is 5.30 ---- conventional unit 95.51mg/dl ADA recommendation 2011 PRE DIABETIC 5.55-6.94 MMO1/L (100.01 125.06MG/DL- DIABETIC = 7.00MMO1/L 126.14MG/DL conventional result result maybe falsely decreased in massive bacteriuria , increase protein , glucose ,blood higly colored and high doses of some medecines . email add YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Mon, 14 Jan 2013
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Welcome to HCM,
I think you want to know about the result of urine analysis hazy means not clear may be due to presence of bacteria or proteins or any crystals.
The specific gravity is normal and presence of ketone in urine is abnormal occurs commonly in diabetic type I as complication when keto acidosis occurs due to lack of insulin and body uses fat for energy.
Other condition when ketone are seen in urine is starvation.
As per test blood sugar level is normal .
Please take care
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Answered: Mon, 14 Jan 2013
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