Urine test in La Spezia

Find out where to get a Urinalysis in La Spezia. Compare details and costs for a Urine test from the best labs in Italy.

Esame completo delle urine by innovabiohealth S.r.l.

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€30.00

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Esame microbiologico urine con autoprelievo by innovabiohealth S.r.l.

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€45.00

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Urine test by Synlab

Piazza Salvador Allende, 54033 Carrara MS, Italia

13.5 km

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Urine test by Synlab

Via Padre Ignazio da Carrara, 24, 55042 Forte dei Marmi LU, Italia

19.6 km

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Urine test by Synlab

Via Aurelia Sud, 23, 55045 Pietrasanta LU, Italia

22.3 km

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Urinalysis by Bianalisi - Punto prelievo Rapallo

Via Pellerano Murtula, 1, 16035 Rapallo GE, Italia

34 km

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Urine test by Synlab

Via Rosa Luxemburg, 24G, 56017 San Giuliano Terme PI, Italia

38.7 km

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Urinalysis by Laboratorio Lifebrain

Via Vastato, 44/1 16036 Recco (GE)

38.2 km

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Urine test by Synlab

Via Cesare Battisti, 53, 56125 Pisa PI, Italia

39.3 km

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Urine test by Ospedale Cottolengo

Via San Giuseppe Benedetto Cottolengo, 9, 56125 Pisa PI, Italia

39.3 km

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A Urine test costs €15.00

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Urine test by Synlab

Via del Popolo, 22, 55012 Capannori LU, Italia

41.2 km

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Urine test by Synlab

Via Marco Sala, 36, 16167 Genova GE, Italia

49.1 km

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Common conditions covered by a Urinalysis

Trichomoniasis Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) Microalbuminuria Kidney stone Bladder cancer High Blood Pressure Diabetes

Urine test - what is it and how the test is done

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 di...

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Urinalysis FAQs

Urinalysis is usually done for two reasons: As a part of the general examination to help in the early detection of diseases like diabetes and chronic kidney disease. As a diagnostic test for patients showing symptoms of the urinary tract or renal diseases.

A urine test is also known as a urinalysis. It identifies and treats various illnesses, including diabetes, renal disease, and urogenital infections. A urinalysis involves examining the colour, consistency, and composition of urine.

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.

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