Bayer Clinitek 50 urine chemistry analyser
- Naturopathic Urinalysis. McWilliams, Charles // Townsend Letter for Doctors & Patients;Jan2004, Issue 246, p106
Discusses the significance of naturopathic urinalysis in the U.S. Performance of the physical examination of kidneys; Significance of microscopic examination of urinary sediments; Specific herbal medications for the type of infection.
- URINALYSIS. Armstrong, Kirsty // Practice Nurse;2/27/2004, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p25
Provides information on urinalysis. Assessment of patient's urine; Significance of observing the urine for clarity, odor and color; Tests being conducted in urinalysis.
- Analysis of Urine Organic Acids using Linear Retention Indices for the Determination of Metabolic Disorders. Geissler, Margit; Shuichi Kawana And Katsuhiro Nakagawa, // LC-GC Europe;Mar2007 Applications Book, Vol. 20, p26
Inherited metabolic disorders can be detected through analysis of the accumulation of unmetabolized compounds in the human body. For this purpose the blood or urine of a patient is analysed for diagnostic markers with GC-MS.
- Which albumin should we measure? Becker, Gavin J. // Kidney International Supplement;Nov2004, Issue 92, pS16
Which albumin should we measure?Albumin circulates in the blood as a single homogeneous protein. During passage to the urine it can undergo configuration and digestive change, producing moieties not equally detected by the various methods currently routinely used for quantifying albuminuria. In...
- urinalysis. Bardes, Charles // AGNI;2006, Issue 63, p249
Presents information on a urinalysis examination and the types of analysis that the urine undergoes during the examination. The history of urinalysis and the effect of urinalysis tests on the health of a person are given.
- A marvel of colors and ingredients. The story of urine test strips. Voswinckel, Peter // Kidney International Supplement;Nov1994, Issue 47, pS-3
The history of the urinary test papers does not begin in the post-war period. As early as the 1880's some practitioners and pharmacists tried to replace the complicated wet-chemical procedures and apparatus by â€˜dry chemistry.â€™ The first popular test paper for sugar and albumin...
- FREQUENT REPLACEMENT OF THE URING COLLECTION PAD REDUCES THE LIKELIHOOD OF SAMPLE CONTAMINATION. // Archives of Disease in Childhood;Apr2003 Supplement, Vol. 88, pA7
Presents an abstract of the study 'Frequent Replacement of the Urine Collection Pad Reduces the Likelihood of Sample Contamination,' by S. Rao, J. Bhatt, C. Haughton and P.I. Macfarlane, presented at the 7th Spring Meeting of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.
- An Evaluation of a Recent Modification of the Watson-Schwartz Test for Porphobilinogen. Townsend, James D. // Annals of Internal Medicine;Feb64 Part 2, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p306
Discusses the results of evaluating the changes of the Watson-Schwartz test for demonstrating the presence of porphobilinogen in urine. Addition of an extraction procedure with butanol to the final stage of the standard test; Percentage of extraction success; Accuracy of the test in spite of...
- Can the Diagnosis of pelvic Inflammatory Disease be Excluded Without a Bimanual Examination? Fisher, Lloyd D.; Fletcher, Keneth E.; Blake, Diane R. // Clinical Pediatrics;Mar2004, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p153
Now that urine-based tests are available for detection of Chlamydia and gonorrhea, we sought to determine whether history alone could be used to exclude pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) and thus preclude a bimanual examination. The study design was a retrospective chart review. The study...