December 16, 2022
Will a hit of weed show up on a urine test?

Introduction If you're wondering whether one hit of weed will show up on a urine test, there's good news. If you're taking a drug test, one hit of weed may be enough to cause a positive result. However, the amount of time that THC shows up in urine varies from person to person and depends […]

December 16, 2022
What is a pus cell urine analysis?

Introduction A pus cell urine analysis is a medical test that determines if there are pus cells present in your urine. Pus cells are white blood cells that have been released from the body's tissues when bacteria cause an infection. When this happens, the pus cell count increases and can be detected in a person's […]

December 16, 2022
How soon after finishing antibiotics can you do a urine test?

Introduction You've just finished your course of antibiotics, and now you're wondering, "How soon after finishing antibiotics can I do a urine test?" Good news: most people can give a urine sample within two days of finishing antibiotics. However, if you have a kidney infection (or any other condition that requires immediate treatment), it's best […]

December 16, 2022
Can a urine test distinguish male and female urine?

Introduction Urine is the body's way of disposing of waste and excess water. It contains a number of different substances, including minerals, proteins, hormones and enzymes. Urine is usually yellowish in color because of its high concentration of urochrome (an orange pigment produced by the liver). However, there are other factors that can affect its […]

December 16, 2022
What does 3-5 WBC mean in urine?

Introduction The urine is a clear or cloudy liquid that's made by the kidneys. It helps flush waste products out of the body via urination. Urinalysis is a test that checks for disease by examining the urine. White blood cells are part of the body's immune system and defense against infection. White blood cells are […]

December 16, 2022
What is urinalysis?

Introduction Urinalysis is a simple and effective tool that your doctor can use to help diagnose kidney problems, urinary tract infections and other conditions. While most people produce 1 to 2 quarts of urine every day, it's important to note that urinalysis results won't tell you what caused the abnormality in your urine sample. Instead, […]

December 16, 2022
What do “pus cell 4-5 HPF” mean?

Introduction You might have been told that having a high count of pus cells in your urine is a sign of kidney disease. This isn't necessarily true. In the average person, the presence of pus cells in urine is usually not cause for concern. However, if you are concerned about your health or symptoms persist […]

December 16, 2022
What can a urine test diagnose?

Introduction A simple urine test can tell your doctor a lot about what's going on with your health! A urine test can tell if you are getting enough fluids, whether or not you have a kidney infection and if further testing is required. A urine test is a routine part of a checkup. It can […]

December 16, 2022
What does it mean to have occasional epithelial cells in urine?

Introduction Epithelial cells are the cells that form the outer layer of your body. They are commonly found in urine, but occasionally finding them can be a sign of a more serious health problem. Some epithelial cells are normal. Despite the name, these cells are normal and the body sheds them in urine all the […]

December 16, 2022
What is the full form of re/me test for urine?

Introduction The Full form of RE/ME test for Urine is Reaction, Appearance, Color, Reducing Substances, Acidity/Alkalinity, Specific Gravity, Albumin, Sugar. It checks for Bilirubin and its breakdown products also. Reaction Reaction is the first step in the test. It is the reaction of the urine with a reagent and it is a qualitative test. A […]

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