URINALYSIS IN CHEMICAL PATHOLOGY: AN INNOVATIVE REVIEW
Jha R. K. (MBBS, MD), *Dr. Yadav D. P. (PhD) and Sharma S.
A complete urinalysis includes physical, chemical, and microscopic examinations. Midstream clean and sterile collection is required in most of the time, and should be examined within two hours of aseptic collection. Both Kidneys excrete the unwanted substance i.e. metabolic waste including those substances which are present in excessive quantities in the body, through urine. Mostly the concentration of metabolic substances found in the urine is affected by various factors like as dietary intake, body metabolism, endocrine function, physical activity, body position. Complete urinalysis can reveal diseases that have gone unidentified because they do not produce any striking signs and symptoms. The urinalysis can be used as a screening and diagnostic as well as prognostic tool noticed various metabolic and kidney state and disorders. It is evaluated widely and routinely to diagnose any abnormalities that require follow up. In many acute or chronic conditions, such as kidney disease, the urinalysis may be rapidly provides important information about acute renal disorder and metabolic diseases. This review article corrects interpretation and understanding of concepts for performing urinalysis.[Full Text Article]