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BOC Urinalysis

Urine Physiology

The normal renal threshold for glucose in the adult is approximately: 160mg/dL (8.8 mmol/L)
The volume of urine excreted in a 24 hour period by an adult patient was 300 mL. This condition would be termed: oliguria
A patient has glycosuria, hyperglycemia, and polyuria. These findings are most consistent with: diabetes mellitus
The normal glomerular filtration rate is: 120 mL/min
Normal urine primarily consists of: water, urea, and NaCl
An abdominal fluid is submitted from surgery. The physician wants to determine if this fluid could be urine. The technologist should: test for urea and creatinine
Which of the following components are present in serum but not present in the glomerular filtrate? large molecular weight proteins
Polyuria is usually correlated with: diabetes mellitus
Cessation of urine flow is defined as: anuria
The reason for performing a Clinitest on a newborn's urine is to check for: galactose
Ketones in urine are due to: incomplete fat metabolism
Reagent strip tests for ketones measure primarily: acetoacetic acid
Bilirubinuria may be associated with: viral hepatitis
Glycosuria may be due to: renal tubular dysfunction
The most accurate test to determine renal concentration is: osmolarity
Created by: skrr1988