A Complete Explanation Of Creatinine And Urine Results?
Afternoon..! I want to ask for an explanation of my lab results. Please help doc. For my creatinine = 1.25 mg / dl For my complete urine test Color: yellowClarity: clearGLU negativeBIL 1 + KET TraceSG 1,025BLD Trace-intactpH 6.0PRO 1 + UBG 16 umo l / LNIT NegativeLEU TraceSIM -2LECOSITES: 5-6EPITEL: 1-2 CRYSTAL: Amorphous veins + Other2: NegativePlease explain docThanks
Hello Budiharto, Thank you for the question.
What complaints did you experience? Have you consulted the doctor who recommended this examination to find out about your medical condition? Urine examination is one of the supporting examinations that aims to help doctors find a diagnosis of the disease. This examination cannot be interpreted without information about your complaint, doctor's examination, and other supporting examinations. Therefore, the information that I can convey is quite limited.
Urine examination aims to determine the presence of interference with the urinary system. Disorders of the urinary system that occur can vary so interpreting the results of urine checks must be careful. From the examination that you attach, it is found: bilirubin, ketone, protein, urobilinogen, leukocyte esterase, and on the sediment examination found erythrocytes (red blood cells), leukoist (white blood cells), epithelium (cells lining the walls of organs or skin), and crystals amorphous veins. On normal urine examination, bilirubin, ketone, protein, urobilinogen, urobilinogen, and leukocyte esterase will not be found. If the test is found in the urine, this can indicate a disruption in the kidneys and urinary system. I cannot say whether the sediment test is good or not because it must be compared with the normal reference values from the laboratory which are usually listed next to your results. Likewise for creatinine testing, it must be compared with normal reference values from the laboratory. Creatinine is the result of the rest of the body's metabolism that is discharged with urine through the kidneys. Increased creatinine levels can indicate a disruption in the kidneys.
Because of the limited information you have provided, the best step right now is to re-consult with the doctor who recommended this urine examination so that the doctor can assess the results of this examination and conclude your medical condition before determining the next treatment.
Hopefully this information is useful.