MEASUREMENT THROUGH

URINE STRIPS

The technique consists of putting the test strip into the urine for a short period of time, draining it so that it does not overflow and reading.

A syringe should be used putting one drop in each color from top to bottom because each reagent has an analysis time which is indicated in the bottle of the strips. Important to respect the times.

  • They indicate that there is an immune response of the body to something. Which presumably will be pathogenic microorganisms.

  • They alert us to the presence of bacteria such as Helicobacter, Klebsiella, etc. That convert nitrate in urine into nitrites.

  • It arises from the bacterial degradation of the conjugated bilirubin at the intestinal level.

  • They are indicative of failure in kidney function.

  • It informs us about the acid base balance.

  • Its presence can indicate different causes, kidney problems, infections, anticoagulant treatments or strenuous exercise.

  • Measure the intensity of cations in urine. It can vary greatly all the day long.

  • If they appear, we have a strong insulin deficit and glucagon increases. The body does not enter sugar at the cellular level and begins to consume fats. Ketone bodies are formed.

  • Its conjugated presence in urine may appear due to bile duct obstruction or cirrhosis-like liver damage.

  • If it is positive, it is that we have a blood glucose higher than 160 – 180 mg / dl. And it occurs in foods with an abundance of simple sugars. It is recommended to do the test two hours after the intake of sugars. If there is glucose in urine there is hyperglycemia.

MEASUREMENT THROUGH

URINE STRIPS

The technique consists of putting the test strip into the urine for a short period of time, draining it so that it does not overflow and reading.

A syringe should be used putting one drop in each color from top to bottom because each reagent has an analysis time which is indicated in the bottle of the strips. Important to respect the times.

  • They indicate that there is an immune response of the body to something. Which presumably will be pathogenic microorganisms.

  • They alert us to the presence of bacteria such as Helicobacter, Klebsiella, etc. That convert nitrate in urine into nitrites.

  • It arises from the bacterial degradation of the conjugated bilirubin at the intestinal level.

  • They are indicative of failure in kidney function.

  • It informs us about the acid base balance.

  • Its presence can indicate different causes, kidney problems, infections, anticoagulant treatments or strenuous exercise.

  • Measure the intensity of cations in urine. It can vary greatly all the day long.

  • If they appear, we have a strong insulin deficit and glucagon increases. The body does not enter sugar at the cellular level and begins to consume fats. Ketone bodies are formed.

  • Its conjugated presence in urine may appear due to bile duct obstruction or cirrhosis-like liver damage.

  • If it is positive, it is that we have a blood glucose higher than 160 – 180 mg / dl. And it occurs in foods with an abundance of simple sugars. It is recommended to do the test two hours after the intake of sugars. If there is glucose in urine there is hyperglycemia.