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Urine Routine
Parameters : 11
Also known as : Urine Routine
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100
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1 Day
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Pre - Instruction
No preparation required.
Covid Safety
Assured
Test Details
Test Code BOBT00022
Test Category Profile Test
Sample Type Urine
Details of Urine Routine
Urine Routine

A Routine Urine test involves 3 different types of Analysis:

  1. Physical Examination which records the Quantity, Color, Deposit, Appearance, pH, and Specific Gravity

  2. Chemical Examination records the presence of Proteins, Sugar, Ketone, Occult Blood, Bile Pigment, Bile Salts, Urobilinogen

  3. Microscopic Examination records the presence of Red Blood Cells, Pus Cells, Epithelial Cells, Crystals, Microbes, etc.

A routine urine examination can give critical information to a number of underlying medical conditions like:
  • Hematuria associated with Kidney Stones.

  • Pyuria associated with urinary infections.

  • Eosinophiluria is associated with kidney disorders.

  • Presence of Red Blood Cells, White Blood Cells or Pus cells can give details on a variety of diseases.

  • Bile Salts, Bile pigments and urobilinogen is present in liver disorders.

  • Presence of protein may indicate a heart disease or kidney disorder.

  • Glucose is present in diabetic conditions.

  • Severe Diabetes show Ketone bodies in their urine.

Why it's done ?

A urinalysis is a common test that's done for several reasons:

  • To check your overall health. Your doctor may recommend a urinalysis as part of a routine medical exam, pregnancy checkup, pre-surgery preparation, or on hospital admission to screen for a variety of disorders, such as diabetes, kidney disease, and liver disease.

  • To diagnose a medical condition. Your doctor may suggest a urinalysis if you're experiencing abdominal pain, back pain, frequent or painful urination, blood in your urine, or other urinary problems. A urinalysis may help diagnose the cause of these symptoms.

  • To monitor a medical condition. If you've been diagnosed with a medical condition, such as kidney disease or a urinary tract disease, your doctor may recommend a urinalysis on a regular basis to monitor your condition and treatment.

Other tests, such as pregnancy testing and drug screenings, also may rely on a urine sample, but these tests look for substances that aren't included in a typical urinalysis. For example, pregnancy testing measures a hormone called human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG). Drug screenings detect specific drugs or their metabolic products, depending on the purpose of the testing.

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Urine Routine
Parameters : 11
Also known as : Urine Routine
EXCLUSIVE PRICE
100
Report Delivery
1 Day
Free Sample Collection
Bookings above 500
Pre - Instruction
No preparation required.
Covid Safety
Assured
Test Details
Test Code BOBT00022
Test Category Profile Test
Sample Type Urine
Details of Urine Routine
Urine Routine

A Routine Urine test involves 3 different types of Analysis:

  1. Physical Examination which records the Quantity, Color, Deposit, Appearance, pH, and Specific Gravity

  2. Chemical Examination records the presence of Proteins, Sugar, Ketone, Occult Blood, Bile Pigment, Bile Salts, Urobilinogen

  3. Microscopic Examination records the presence of Red Blood Cells, Pus Cells, Epithelial Cells, Crystals, Microbes, etc.

A routine urine examination can give critical information to a number of underlying medical conditions like:
  • Hematuria associated with Kidney Stones.

  • Pyuria associated with urinary infections.

  • Eosinophiluria is associated with kidney disorders.

  • Presence of Red Blood Cells, White Blood Cells or Pus cells can give details on a variety of diseases.

  • Bile Salts, Bile pigments and urobilinogen is present in liver disorders.

  • Presence of protein may indicate a heart disease or kidney disorder.

  • Glucose is present in diabetic conditions.

  • Severe Diabetes show Ketone bodies in their urine.

Why it's done ?

A urinalysis is a common test that's done for several reasons:

  • To check your overall health. Your doctor may recommend a urinalysis as part of a routine medical exam, pregnancy checkup, pre-surgery preparation, or on hospital admission to screen for a variety of disorders, such as diabetes, kidney disease, and liver disease.

  • To diagnose a medical condition. Your doctor may suggest a urinalysis if you're experiencing abdominal pain, back pain, frequent or painful urination, blood in your urine, or other urinary problems. A urinalysis may help diagnose the cause of these symptoms.

  • To monitor a medical condition. If you've been diagnosed with a medical condition, such as kidney disease or a urinary tract disease, your doctor may recommend a urinalysis on a regular basis to monitor your condition and treatment.

Other tests, such as pregnancy testing and drug screenings, also may rely on a urine sample, but these tests look for substances that aren't included in a typical urinalysis. For example, pregnancy testing measures a hormone called human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG). Drug screenings detect specific drugs or their metabolic products, depending on the purpose of the testing.

 

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