Dipstick only urinalysis screen for the pediatric emergency room
- "Back to the Future" with Urinalysis: Part 1. Williams, Leslie // Journal of Continuing Education Topics & Issues;Jan2014, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p30
No abstract available.
- Dipstick Urinalysis Screening of Asymptomatic Adults for Urinary Tract Disorders. Woolhandler, Steffie; Pels, Richard J.; Bor, David H.; Himmelstein, David U.; Lawrence, Robert S. // JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association;9/1/89, Vol. 262 Issue 9, p1215
Reports on the value dipstick urinalysis screening for hemoglobin and protein in asymptomatic adults for urinary tract disorders. Evidence for older populations; Need for a population-based randomized, controlled trial of hematuria; Absence of justification for proteinuria screening.
- Talk to the Doctor. Minkin, Mary Jane; Hanlon, Toby // Prevention;Sep99, Vol. 51 Issue 9, p83
Discusses the uses of home testing kits for urinary tract infections (UTI) and how most doctors will want to get a urine sample anyway. The unlikelihood of getting a prescription for the UTI over the phone with a doctor; The need for a urine analysis to be sure of which bacteria is causing the...
- Automated urinalysis technology improves efficiency and patient care. Cronin, Michael // MLO: Medical Laboratory Observer;Oct2008, Vol. 40 Issue 10, p30
The article reports on automated urinalysis technology to improve efficiency and patient care. According to the article, urinalysis is used to detect urinary-tract infections (UTI), which is one of the most common infectious diseases. A brief history of automated urine cell analyzer is...
- Do 'urine drop-offs' make sense in your practice? Dowling, Robert A. // Urology Times;Nov2013, Vol. 41 Issue 12, p33
The article reports on the management of patients with urinary tract infections. It is said that the evaluation of such patients occupies a substantial amount of time, energy and resources in the typical general urology practice. Urinary tract infection is said to be the most common diagnosis...
- Validity Of Quantitative Uncentrifuged Urine Microscopy, Centrifuged Deposit Microscopy And Gram Stain In Rapid Diagnosis Of Urinary Tract Infection. Khan, Iman Sajid // New Indian Journal of Surgery;Oct2011, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p260
Background Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) are among the most common bacterial infections in clinical practice both in community and hospital settings. The diagnostic methods of UTI have changed little in the past few decades. Culture remains the gold standard for the diagnosis of UTI. However,...
- urinalysis. Peters, Michael // BMA A-Z Family Medical Encyclopedia;2004, p772
An encyclopedia entry for "urinalysis" is presented. This is referred to as the tests carried out on urine to measure its physical characteristics, identify abnormalities, and detect infectious organisms through urine culture, and chemical testing such as dipstick urinalysis. Other indicated...
- Le diagnostic et la prise en charge des infections urinaires chez les nourrissons et les enfants. Robinson, Joan L.; Finlay, Jane C.; Lang, Mia Eileen; Bortolussi, Robert // Paediatrics & Child Health (1205-7088);Jun/Jul2014, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p320
No abstract available.
- URINARY TRACT INFECTION IN SPINAL CORD INJURIES. MONIREHRAHIMKHANI; ABOLGHASEMNIKFALAH; MOSTAFASABERIAN; ALIREZAMORDADI; SAJADVARMAZYAR; ALI TAVAKOLI // Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical & Clinical Research;2014, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p178
Objective: Spinal cord injuries are typically associated with major trauma from motor vehicle accidents, falls, sports injuries, and violence. Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) is one of the most frequent conditions seen in spinal cord injuries patients. Diagnosis is not always easy due to lack of...