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A urinalysis is a simple yet comprehensive test that is used to analyse the various aspects of your health using your pee as a sample. Several kidney, liver, and diabetes-related problems can be diagnosed timely and efficiently using urinalysis. So, if you are thinking, ‘Why should I go for a urine test?’ - there are different indicators that pathologists use to detect problems in your body only by looking at some aspects of the pee. You may have a complete Urinalysis as part of a routine checkup. Urine tests are a set of laboratory tests that allow you to analyse the chemical and physical characteristics of the urine and its sediment You may need this test to find a problem that isn't causing symptoms yet. Or you may also have this test to monitor conditions like Diabetes, Kidney problems or infections, Cancer, Lupus, Heart failure, Urinary tract infections and Metabolic diseases.
Common conditions covered by a Urine test
FAQs on Urine test
What are the Components of Urinalysis?
A Urinanalysis is a fairly easy test that is done by visual inspection, strip testing, and microscopy of urine samples. The physical (visual) component involves the inspection of color, odor, turbidity, specific gravity, and volume of urine. The chemical component uses a dipstick to check pH, proteins, ketones, glucose, blood cells, bilirubin, leukocyte esterase, and nitrates. The microscopic component detects casts, bacteria, yeasts, epithelial cells, crystals, and blood cells in urine.
What does a positive urinalysis result mean?
A urinalysis gives some information about what is going on with your body. Based on the test, either the doctor will prescribe you medications or ask you to take more tests to look into the root cause of the symptoms. In short, the treatment of a positive urinalysis depends on the reason for taking the test in the first place.
What is a rapid urine test?
The quickest approach to test urine is using a rapid urine test. This entails briefly dipping a test strip with brief coloured squares onto the urine sample. Then, you must wait a short while for the outcome to show up. The test strip's fields change colour depending on how much of the specific chemical you are testing for is present. As a result, the colours of the areas are then contrasted with a colour table.