urinalysis


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Synonyms for urinalysis

(medicine) the chemical analysis of urine (for medical diagnosis)

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When comparing urinalysis results to 30-day self-reported drug use, the authors stated that, "...
Seven urinalysis tests he had taken over the course of a year and a half--most of them random tests required by the military--all came back negative.
Hair testing provides a wider time period of detection than urinalysis, is more difficult to evade, and provides more information.
With urinalysis, the burden of evidence is on the first sample results, and the chain of custody is often the pivotal point in any court challenge involving urinalysis results.
Urinalysis is one of the oldest and most established methods of medical diagnostics and remains a simple and rapid means of monitoring patient health.
Examining the study under review (Shalom et al., 2014) for internal validity or whether it answers the intended questions or hypotheses revealed that the researchers stated a hypothesis that indicated the midstream clean catch urine would not be as effective for women with pelvic organ prolapse as the sterile catheterized urine based on specific parameters of the urinalysis. To that end, they set about seeking agreement between the two methods of urinalysis as well as seeking differences.
He later pleaded guilty and was allowed to enter diversion, a program that typically involves counseling and random urinalysis testing, among other requirements.
Hunt were moved to strengthen their drug policies beyond urinalysis after a pair of wrecks involving their drivers resulted in multiple fatalities.
The diagnosis of a UTI is established by a urinalysis showing evidence of infection (pyuria, bacteriuria, leukocyte-esterase positive, or positive nitrites) and at least 50,000 colony-forming units (CFUs) per mL of a single uropathogen.
A urine sample was submitted for routine urinalysis. The patient's sample (left) was notable for a milky white appearance after centrifugation (Fig.
M2 PRESSWIRE-August 1, 2019-: Global Urinalysis Market Estimated to Generate $2.94 Billion by 2026 Due to Prevalence of Kidney Diseases and Urinary Tract Infactions
The donation includes haematology, coagulation and urinalysis machines, which were lacking at the hospital.
Because of the challenges faced by today's labs, solutions are required that streamline workflow and reduce the labor-intensive manual processes of traditional urinalysis methods while minimizing operating and capital expenditures.
Angelique Sanchez, 26, was found waiting for a physical and urinalysis at a health clinic about a half a mile north of the 7-Eleven shop she is said to have visited beforehand.