...oliguria - less than 400 mL/day of urine due to urinary obstruction, tubular dysfunction, and fluid loss #15. anuria - absence or cessation of urine excretion due to progressive renal disease or...
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Analysis of Vaginal Secretions
#1. bacterial vaginosis, candidiasis, and trichomonas - the three major causes of the most common gynecologic complaints: vaginal discharge, vaginal discomfort, and vaginal odor #2. wet mount, amin...
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Urinaslysis Chapter 5
...osmolality - 275 to 900 mOsm/kg depends on diet, fluid intake, and physical activity #22. Normal serum...Concentrating ability of kidneys Monitor renal disease Fluid and electrolyte balance Diagnose causes of polyuria...
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Physical Examination of Urine
- units of measurement for osmolality #45. evaluate renal system, monitor renal disease, monitor fluid and electrolyte balance, and diagnose polyuria cuases - the four principal uses of osmolality #46...
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Amniotic Fluid Analysis
...collect amniotic fluid #3. diagnosis of genetic and congenital disorders - amniotic fluid collected early...amniotic fluid #6. aseptic technique - use of long sterile needle to collect 1-20mL of fluid into syringes...
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Seminal Fluid Analysis
...bulbourethral glands - accessory glands which add fluids to sperm #8. fructose, flavin, proteins, prostaglandins...delivery to laboratory #12. room temperature or body temperature - temperature specimen maintained at...
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#1. 100-200 g - amount of feces normally passed each day #2. small instestine - digests and absorbs foodstuffs #3. large intestine - absorbs water, sodium and chloride #4. diarrhea - an increase i...
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Cerebrospinal Fluid Analysis
...adult volume of spinal fluid #12. 10-60 mL - neonate normal volume of spinal fluid #13. blood-brain barrier...#1. cerebrospinal fluid - selective secretion of plasma, not an ultrafiltrate #2. sodium, chloride and...
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#1. kidneys - located in retroperitoneum posterior abdominal wall #2. glomeruli - exclusive site of plasma filtration located in outer cortex #3. medulla - consists of pyramid shaped tissues #4. pa...
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Pleural, Pericardial, and Peritoneal Fluid Analysis
...protein-rich fluid - causes further movement of fluid into cavity #11. effusion - accumulation of fluid in a...puncture of a body cavity for aspiration of fluid #13. thoracentesis - to obtain pleural fluid #14. pericardiocentesis...
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Chemical Examination of Urine
#1. reagent strips - the most common method for chemical testing #2. ascorbic acid - high amounts that can interfere and cause false positives #3. moisture, heat, chemicals, and light - factors tha...
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Microscopic Examination of Urine Sediment
...permanent microscope slides of urine sediment and body fluids; produces a monolayer of sediment components...floating; within renal cells or macrophages (oval fat bodies) #12. cholesterol - does not stain and must be...
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- body fluids that are cloudy, various colors, can form clots #100. effusion - excess of fluid #101...centesis - performed to get rid of excess bodily fluid #102. chemistry, serology, and immunology - CSF#1...
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Urine Specimen Types, Collection, and Preservation
#1. urinalysis - a fluid biopsy of the kidney #2. first morning - preferred specimen; most concentrated;...random - for routine screening; affected by excess fluid intake or exercise not as accurate; ideal for...
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