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  1. When the 'Specific Gravity' of urine is high, this is occurring:
  2. The normal amount of Nitrite found in urine is this amount:
  3. When Ketones are found in urine it can be d/t this:
  4. When urine pH is below 4.6, this is occurring:
  5. This is the normal amount of RBCs found in urine:
  6. Urine has a fruity odor when this is occurring:
  7. This is the normal amount of WBCs found in urine:
  8. When urine pH is above 8.0, this is occurring:
  9. This page on this website has info about the RBC Urine Test:
  10. When the 'Specific Gravity' of urine is low, this is occurring:
  11. This is the normal range of urine pH:
  12. This is the normal amount of protein found in 1 dL of urine:
  13. This is the reason why it is better to get a urine sample in the morning:
  14. A urine specimen should be examined within this amount of time:
  15. This is what a keytone is:
  16. Urine that cannot be examine promptly can or cannot be refrigerated?
  17. When protein is found in urine this is a significant S/S of:
  18. This is the time of day when it is best to get a urinalysis specimen:
  19. This page on this website has info about why protein might be found in urine:
  20. This is a common test for the renal system:
  21. A Urinalysis Test:
  22. When protein is found in the urine intermittently, this is a d/t:
  23. This is why/when are ketones are produced:
  24. This is the normal amount of protein found in urine in 24 hrs:
  25. This is the Specific Gravity of urine:
  26. When Glucose is found in urine it indicates this:
  1. a Zero
  2. b In the morning.
  3. c The Pt is dehydrated.
  4. d 0-4/hpf
  5. e 1 hour.
  6. f When there is not enough insulin to help the body use sugar for energy. Without enough insulin, glucose builds up in the blood. Since the body is unable to use glucose for energy, the body breaks down fat instead.
  7. g This is a common test for the renal system. It helps diagnose kidney disease & other systemic diseases which may affect the kidneys and gives results regarding the function of the kidney & other various body functions.
  8. h Diabetic Ketoacidosis
  9. i It can be refrigerated.
  10. j United States Library of Medicine USA National Institute of Health: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003582.htm
  11. k 4.6-8.0
  12. l 0-5/hpf
  13. m A ketone is a substance that is produced by our body when fat cells break down. They are found in the blood & eventually spill over into the urine. Normally there should be none in urine.
  14. n A Urinalysis Test
  15. o The urine is more concentrated. It is more likely to contain abnormal constituents (if they are present).
  16. p Diabetes Mellitus w/ketonuria, the breakdown of body fats into ketones (d/t starvation), carb free diets, severe diarrhea, dehydration, or vomiting.
  17. q Renal problems.
  18. r Acidosis (either Respiratory or Metabolic)
  19. s The Mayo Clinic. http://www.mayoclinic.org/symptoms/protein-in-urine/basics/causes/sym-20050656
  20. t 1.002-1.035
  21. u Strenuous exercise, dehydration, fever.
  22. v The Pt is overhydrated or has Diabetes Insipidus.
  23. w 0-150 mg/24 hr
  24. x The urine has been standing too long or there is an infection & bacs have begun to reduce it to ammonia.
  25. y Diabetes Mellitus, excessive glucose intake, or low renal threshold for glucose reabsorption.
  26. z 0-18 mg/dL