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A COMPARISON OF CLASSIC VERSUS RAPID MODERN TESTS OF THE URINE
COLLECTION OF URINE SPECIMENS
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abnormal acetic acid acetoacetic acid acid urine acidosis acute albumin alkaline urine amino ammonium appear art of urinalysis bacterial bilirubin blue Bright's disease cause false chemical chronic Clin clinical color chart color reaction concentration Detection diabetic diagnosis diet dilute dipstick tests disorders drugs epithelial cells erythrocytes examination excess ferric chloride filter formed elements fresh urine genito-urinary tract globulins glomerulonephritis glucose glycosuria HEMATURIA hemoglobin hemoglobinuria hepatic hydrogen ion hypertension jaundice ketone bodies ketonuria ketosis kidney lesions leucocytes liver measured metabolic methods nephrotic syndrome Occultest occurs Orthotolidine particularly patient Phenistix phenylketonuria phenylpyruvic acid phosphate plasma Porphobilinogen porphyria positive potassium present proteinuria pyelonephritis react reagent red blood cells red cell casts reducing substances renal disease renal tubules sensitive serum small amount sodium solution specific gravity stain sugar sulfate sulfosalicylic acid test tube tion tubular urinalysis urinary pH urinary protein urinary sediment urine urine contains urine specimens urobilinogen usually