Urine routine examination
Urinary general routine examination (Urine Routine) ※ clinical significance
1. Urine protein:
High value↑ Physiological urinary protein, intense exercise, excessive fatigue, meat, high blood pressure, kidney stones, nephritis, gout, trauma.
2. Urine sugar:
High value↑ Coronary thrombosis, pancreatitis, hyperthyroidism, excitement and stress.
3. Urinary bilirubin:
High value↑ cirrhosis, viral drug-induced hepatitis, common bile duct stones, severe or occlusive, congestive cardiac insufficiency.
High value↑ extravascular hemolysis, constipation, pernicious anemia, hemolytic anemia, congestive cardiac insufficiency, hepatobiliary metabolic disorders.
High value↑ Bacterial infection, chronic renal insufficiency, vomiting, excessive intake of alkaline foods, respiratory or metabolic alkalosis.
Low value ↓ General animal food intake, diabetic acidosis, dehydration, respiratory or metabolic acidosis.
6. Specific gravity:
High value↑ Kidney function is abnormal. Insufficient water intake.
7. Occult blood:
High value↑ Bacterial infection, kidney stones, acute nephritis hemolytic anemia.
8. Ketone body:
High value↑ Diabetic ketosis, gastrointestinal problems, vomiting, diarrhea, hyperthyroidism.
9. White blood cells:
High value↑ urinary tract bacterial infection, inflammation, sexually transmitted diseases, inflammation of the prostate, cancer, abnormal kidney function.
10. Red blood cells:
High value ↑ stones, inflammation, cancer, nephritis, water and kidney, tuberculosis, vaginal secretions interfere.
Suggestion: Ask a professional. Track regularly.
1. Weekday diet should avoid eating too heavy and irritating taste. And ask professionals. Track regularly.
2. Daily intake should be sufficient to keep urination and avoid urinating. (3 months to 6 months follow-up inspection)