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Pus cells in urine. Fasting blood sugar level and fasting urine suggests?

Sir my father is ha ving puss cells in urine their lab test as follows Fasting blood sugar 280.6 Fasting urine. 1+ P.m.b.s. 395.1 P.m.u.s. 2+ S. Calcium . 7.19mg/dl S. Creatnine. 1.95mg/dl Na/k Sodium . 8.6meq/l Potassium . 4.14meq/l TLC/dlc Total. Leucocyte. 0000/cmm Neutrophils. 77% Urine routine and m/s Album in. Traces Sugar. Present 1+ Puss cells. 18_2/hpf
Asked On : Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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Sep 2012
Hi, welcome to HCM I am Dr Das
Firstly , the fasting and uterus PPBS both indicates that your father has diabetes melitus . Calcium,creatinine , potassium all are within normal. Is the sodium 8.6? Really ? It should be a mistake . No man can have this level.
Blood test shows neutrophillia which indicates infection. Urine report shows pus cells. It indicates a urinary tract infection which is most common in diabetic patients.
So, ultimately the final report is diabetes melitus with urinary tract infection.
Answered: Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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