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relating to or containing an alkali

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Later, urine dip and cultures demonstrated alkaline urine infected with E.
with renal tubular acidosis type 2 nd [Complete RTA] could not acidify urine and excreted alkaline urine [pH more than 7.0].
They are found in alkaline urine and are generally considered insignificant, but can be associated with kidney stones, pyelitis, cystitis, and any condition that causes urinary stasis.
Purple urine bag syndrome (PUBS) associated with strong alkaline urine. Kansenshogaku Zasshi 1993;67:1172-7.
Key Words: Nephrostomy tube, purple urine, PUBS, long-term indwelling catheter, alkaline urine, indoxyl sulfate, L-Tryptophan.
It manifests as normal anion gap metabolic acidosis with abnormally alkaline urine (pH >5.5) due to defective distal acidification by the renal tubules.
Evidently it would be more rationally to prescribe this extract in marked crystalluria (more frequently in phosphate) and alkaline urine (in UTI as well as after ending or during of its basic treatment), when there is need to increase diuresis and to acidate urine.
Recent literature7-8 also suggested female gender, alkaline urine, bed bound debilitated patient population, PVC material7 and institutionalization are further predisposing factors of PUBS.
As before, the core of the volume is an atlas of urinary sediment, with 190 full-color images categorized by cells, crystals found in acidic urine, crystals found in alkaline urine, casts, and miscellaneous images.
Rodents, especially rats due to their alkaline urine, are the most common reservoir of leptospiras (Visith & Kearkiat 2005).
This may result in a prolonged course of illness for both drugs, particularly in the presence of alkaline urine, as well as false negative urine toxicology.
They consist of a combination of calcium, magnesium and ammonium phosphate and are linked with alkaline urine - our urine is normally acid.
Hence, extremely alkaline urine samples were not present in the samples we investigated.
In calcium oxalate stone formers, an acidic urine is desirable, but urate stone formers should achieve an alkaline urine to prevent uric acid crystals from forming stones.
Alkaline urine caused by urea splitting organisms (Proteus, Klebsiella, Serratia, and Enterobacter) is responsible for struvite stones (ammonium magnesium phosphate stones).