Urine Analysis presents the theory and methods of urine analysis, which serves as a guide for physicians and medical laboratory technicians. Topics discussed in the book include the physical examination of urine; its chemical examination; microscopical examination; and Ehrliches Diazo reaction. Physicians and medical laboratory technicians will find the book a very valuable reference material.
Introduction Normal Urine Physical Examination Collection Quantity Consistency Color Odor Specific Gravity Total Solids Appearance Chemical Examination (Qualitative) Reaction Chlorides Phosphates Sulphates Carbonates Oxalate Urea Uric Acid Urates Purine Bodies Albumin Albumoses Mucin and Nucleo-albumin Sugar or Glucose Bile Blood Pus Indican Acetone Diacetic Acid Fat or Chyle Chemical Examination (Quantitative) Urea Albumin Sugar Table of Sugar calculation Chloride Estimation Microscopical Examination Urinary Sediments Calcium Oxalate Uric Acid Urates Cystin and Leucin Tyrosin Phosphates Carbonate Red Blood Cells Pus Cells Mucus Spermatozoa Epithelial Cells Tube Casts Parasites Micro-organisms Foreign Bodies Special Examination Ehrlich's Diazo Reaction Russo's Test Urea concentration test of MacLean Urobilinogen Test Appendix I Appendix II Appendix III Appendix IV
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- 1st January 1932
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