Urinalysis (UA) - Interpretation

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To interpret test results use the reference range in the lab report. Choose "Negative" if a lab value is within the normal range.

Component Value Units
Color (COL)
Appearance (CLA)
Specific Gravity (Urine Density) (SG)
Urine pH (рН)
Protein (PRO)
Glucose (sugar) (GLU)
Ketones (KET)
Bilirubin (BIL)
Urobilinogen (UBG)
Occult blood (BLD)
Squamous epithelial cells
Transitional epithelial cells
Renal Epithelial Cells
White Blood Cells (Pus Cells) (WBC, LEU)
Red Blood Cells (RBC)
Calcium oxalate crystals
Yeasts (Fungi)

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Urinalysis (or UA, urine test, urine analysis) is one of the most common clinical tests. Urine test can help identify potential health problems. It is often performed during an annual physical. Urinalysis includes visual, chemical, and microscopic examination. Urine testing during pregnancy is an important part of your prenatal routine. Urine tests during pregnancy look for the following: glucose (sugar) in urine (could be an indicator of diabetes or gestational diabetes), protein in urine (could be a sign of preeclampsia), ketones (could indicate that you’re not taking in enough food or liquids), bacteria, white blood cells, red blood cells (could be a sign of an urinary tract infection (UTI)). Urinalysis interpretation online can help better understand the urine test results, and get information on each component of the analysis.

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