evolution of urine analysis

an historical sketch of the clinical examination of urine: lecture memoranda, BritishMedical Association, Birmingham.
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The Evolution of Urine Analysis. An Historical Sketch of the Clinical Examination of Urine. By te British Medical Association. London- Burroughs Wellcome & Co. The evolution of urine analysis: an historical sketch of the clinical examination of urine: lecture memoranda, American Medical Association, Los Angeles, Paperback – 1 August by American Medical Association (Creator)Format: Paperback.

Urine Analysis presents the theory and methods of urine analysis, which serves as a guide for physicians and medical laboratory technicians.

Topics discussed in the book include the physical examination of urine; its chemical examination; microscopical examination; and Ehrliches Diazo Edition: 1. Definition. Urinalysis is the examination of urine for certain physical properties, solutes, cells, casts, crystals, organisms, or particulate matter.

Because urinalysis is easy, cheap, and productive, it is recommended as part of the initial examination of all patients and should be repeated as clinically warranted.

The normal odor of urine is described as urinoid; this odor can be strong in concen- trated specimens but does not imply infec- tion. Diabetic ketoacidosis can cause urine to have a fruity or sweet odor, and alkaline fermentation can cause an File Size: KB. Full text of " The evolution of urine analysis: an historical sketch of the clinical examination of urine: lecture memoranda, American Medical Association, Los Angeles, " See other formats J I, I Ba ft S ft ft ft ft I ft ss.

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Attribution International (CC BY ). Books on Medical history are full of fascinating information on the study of urine. It has been known for centuries that abnormalities in urine may indicate disease and the analysis of urine are developed from simple visual examination to the modern automated Size: KB.

Introduction to urinalysis: historical perspectives and clinical application. Echeverry G(1), Hortin GL, Rai AJ. Author information: (1)Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY, USA. Urinalysis was the first laboratory test performed in medicine and has been used for several thousand by: Get this from a library.

The evolution of urine analysis: an historical sketch of the clinical examination of urine: lecture memoranda, American Medical Association, Los Angeles, [Henry S Wellcome, Sir; American Medical Association.;]. This practical handbook contains everything its user needs to know when performing routine urinalyses.

Comprehensive in scope, the book discusses the formation of urine, its constituents and properties in both health and disease, the origin of these constituents, and the principles of urinalysis.

Explanations of abnormal test results are provided together with several procedures. COLLECTION OF URINE: The urine sample should be collected in a clean, dry container and should be examined fresh. For Culture sterile containers should be used. For diabetes mellitus a 2 hrs.

postprendial sample is desirable, for nephritis a morning specimen is best as it has higher specific gravity and power pH desirable for preservation.

He was adamant that urine should be stored in a vessel shaped in the form of a bladder, in the belief that a more accurate diagnosis can be reached if urine could conform to Author: JA Armstrong. When you hand over that little cup, you're participating in a medical tradition more than 6, years in the making.

Ancient Babylonian and Sumerian physicians first inscribed their evaluations of urine into clay tablets as early as 4, B.C. THE KIDNEY THROUGH THE AGES. ancient and modern books and scientific papers that I have had the pleasure of reading and admiring in my experience in many libraries, museums, and antique book shops around the world.

The evolution of the Urine Analysis. Il. Urine is an unstable fluid, and changes to its composition begin to take place as soon as it is voided. As such, collection, storage, and handling are important issues in maintaining the integrity of this specimen. In the laboratory, urine can be characterized by physical appearance, chemical composition, and by: Meyrier A.

Urine sampling and culture in the diagnosis of urinary tract infection in adults. Dipstick chemical analysis 3. Microscopic 4. Urine culture • Identify specific organism causing infection (if any) • Typically takes days to result.

Macroscopic UrinalysisFile Size: KB. Laboratory medicine began years ago with the analysis of human urine, which was called uroscopy until the 17th century and today is termed urinalysis.

Today physicians use urine to diagnose selective conditions but from ancient times until the Victorian era, urine was used as the primary diagnostic by:. Human chorionic gonadotropin β-core fragment (hCGβcf) is a polypeptide considered to be ubiquitously present in urine regardless of race, sex, and age.

This fragment is mainly produced by the degradation of human chorionic gonadotropin in the kidney and excreted in the urine, representing around 80% of total hCG in urine.

Newly updated, Graff's Textbook of Urinalysis and Body Fluids is the best urinalysis reference for laboratory students and professionals. In its Second Edition, this practical book retains its full-color images and top-notch coverage of urinalysis principles while significantly updating the content, broadening the scope to include new material on body fluids, providing Reviews: 1.Hippocrates ( BC) noted that the condition of urine could reflect health.

Through history, people created charts of urine color to help diagnose disease and by the 17th century, practitioners began tasting urine to help diagnose diabetes.

Urinalysis has become more sophisticated since those times, but theFile Size: KB.