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3.4.5 Urinalysis

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Conclusion Questions
Urinalysis --> Diagnosis
Symptoms
Treatment Options
Gestational Diabetes
Relationships with Other Body Systems
For Diabetes if you don't treat the problem quick it could affect all the human body system?
Like for example you pancreas create Insulin's to make energy into sugar but if you don't produce/release it it could get worst an create high level of keytone bodies.
DIabetes can damage the kidney watse product on which elevate more protein in urnine sign that kidney not function probally.
Further Tests for Diagnosis
3.4.5 Urinalysis
By . Joanie Solares , Caitlyn Crowder, Emily Allen , Cesar Alvarenga

Gestational Diabetes
• Initial glucose test.
Blood sugar level under 130 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL) is normal.



Diabetes Insipidus
Water Deprivation Test
Stop drinking fluids for several hours
Measures
Body weight
Urine output
Urine concentration
Blood levels of ADH
Doctor may administer synthetic ADH
• Follow-up glucose tolerance testing.
Blood sugar level will be checked every hour for three hours.
If two of the blood sugar readings are higher than normal, you'll be diagnosed with gestational diabetes.
Patient 1: 40-year-old pregnant women

Symptoms that lead to diagnosis:
Excessive thirst (diabetes)
Frequent urination (diabetes)
More lethargic/fatigue (diabetes)
Lost some weight

Urinalysis:
Elevated glucose levels


Diagnosis: Gestational Diabetes
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
Preformed to find abnormalilites in or near pituitary gland.
1. Based on what you know about the function of the nephron, why should urine be free of blood cells?
The nephron's job is to filter waste products out of the blood and to allow reabsorption of nutrients into the blood. If blood is found in urine, that means there is a problem with the filtration being done by the nephron's.
2. Urinalysis is an important diagnostic tool for the determination of medical disorders. However, urinalysis has many other uses. Describe one other reason a person may have his/her urine tested.
Urinalysis can be used to determine if there are drugs circulating throughout the body. Some workplaces may require regular urine testing (drug tests) in order to be sure that employees have not been taking illegal drugs.
3. Explain why diagnostic tests are classified as a type of medical intervention.
Diagnostic tests are classified as a type of medical intervention because they are examinations, treatments, or any kind of prevention course of action for a patient.
Patient 5: 9-year-old male

Symptoms that led to Diagnosis:
Constant thirst (diabetes)
Frequent Urination causing trouble sleeping and bed-wetting (diabetes)
*family history of pituitary gland problems*

Urinalysis:
Elevated pH level (6.0)
Extremely light-colored urine

Diagnosis: Insipidus Diabetes
Gestational Diabetes
Diabetes Insipidus
Extreme thirst
Execretion of an excessive amount of diluted urine
Monitoring your blood sugar
Healthy Diet
exersice medication
close monitoring of your baby
Most women do not experience any noticeable symptoms
Rarely there is an increase in thirst and urination
Diabetes inspidus
Children:
may seem fussier
fever
vomiting
weight loss
treatment of diabetes inspidus depends on what form of the condition you have
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