Urinalysis eClass

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The purpose of this online training material is to provide an overview of the urinalysis dipstick test, including the procedure, interpretation of results, and clinical significance.

Urinalysis is a simple and non-invasive diagnostic test that evaluates the physical, chemical, and microscopic properties of urine. Urinalysis dipstick is one of the most commonly used tools in the clinical laboratory to perform a quick and reliable assessment of urine composition. The dipstick provides a semi-quantitative measurement of various substances in the urine, including pH, protein, glucose, ketones, bilirubin, urobilinogen, nitrites, leukocyte esterase, and blood.

Urinalysis Urinalysis using test strips Procedure to correctly collect urine sample from your patient Urine Collection from the catheter bag Urine Collection from the catheter bag: step-by-step procedure Urine collection from the catheter bag: step-by-step procedure – continued Do NOTs during urinalysis Filling-in patient chart What you will require for a urinalysis? How to perform a urinalysis test Urinalysis data collection How to fill-in urinalysis chart: data What obtained results means? Video Assessment