Urinalysis is a test that evaluates a sample of your urine. Urinalysis is used to detect and assess a wide range of disorders, such as urinary tract infection, kidney disease and diabetes. Urinalysis involves examining the appearance, concentration and content of urine.
Optimal range: 110 - 250 mmol/24 hr
Optimal range: 5.6 - 28.6 mcg/g creat
Optimal range: 4.1 - 76.4 mcg/g creat
Optimal range: 0 - 2.9 mcg/g creat
Optimal range: 0 - 5.4 mcg/g creat
Optimal range: 0 - 3.5 mcg/g creat
Optimal range: 50 - 300 mg
Porphyrins are natural chemicals in the body that help form many important substances in the body. One of these is hemoglobin, the protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen in the blood.
Optimal range: 25 - 125 mmol/24 hr
Optimal range: 39 - 258 mmol/24 hr
Optimal range: 23.3 - 132.4 mcg/g creat
Urine Occult Blood
Optimal range: 0 - 0 mg/d
Urine occult blood is a test to determine if there is blood present in the urine and is done, along with several other tests, during a routine analysis of the urine. Although some urine in the blood isn’t unusual, it can also indicate severe problems with the kidneys or cancer.
Optimal range: 5 - 8 pH
Urine pH is a test to assess the pH level of your urine and is done, along with several other tests, during a routine analysis of the urine. Although some fluctuation of urine pH is normal, excessively acidic or alkaline urine can indicate a problem with the kidneys or digestive system.
Urine Specific Gravity
Optimal range: 1.001 - 1.035 SG
Urine specific gravity is a test to assess the concentration of your urine and is done, along with several other tests, during a routine analysis of the urine. An abnormal urine specific gravity test likely indicates a problem with the kidneys or heart.
Optimal range: 3.1 - 18.2 mcg/g creat
Optimal range: 0 - 4.8 mcg/g creat