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2015年6月15日星期一

How to Detect Urine by Yourself in Kidney Disease

In recent years, the morbidity of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is increasing. However, Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) , as one kind of underlying disease, is difficult to be discovered in the early stage, so many patients are diagnosed with Renal Failure or Uremia in the first consultation with doctors. Once Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) deteriorates into end stage, patients and their relatives will suffer from unimaginable agony and pressure. How to know CKD in the early stage for the purpose of avoiding this condition? This passage is to resolve this problem for patients. This is the oldest and the most correct method for patients to detect Proteinuria(Proteinuria and Kidney Disease) by themselves. Some experts regard it as standard method in detecting Proteinuria. This method is more correct and more economical than the current computer detection and indicator paper detection. the specific procedures are as following:
1. Don't take in too much water after dinner.Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital
2. Collect the first urine of the next morning( women patients clean vulva before urination avoiding leucorrhea pollution.Stem Cell Therapy Treats Kidney Disease
3.Take one big test tube, and fill it with urine up to over half level.
4. hold the test tube from the bottom and heat the upper urine. The heating point is the upper end of urine slope.Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital
5. under a black setting, observe the boiling urine. Write down the color and other contents (according to the enclosure). At this moment, you make sure how many protein "+" there are, and take a note.Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy
6. add a little vinegar and heat it to boil. If the feculence disappear, the protein is "-", adversely, the index is "+"
Sign, Color change, Definition, Protein content
-, Urinary color, clear, No protein
±, Light white, Lightly feculent, 10mg/100ml
+, White, Obviously feculent, no particles, 10-50mg/100ml
++, Obvious white, Obviously feculent, with particles, 50-200mg/100ml
+++, Yellow dull color, Amounts of floccules, 200-500ml/100ml

++++, Coagulated into clots, >500mg/100ml

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