The Effects Of Urine Sampling Are Not Appropriate?
What do you do if the patient gives inappropriate urine samples? Explain!
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Urinalysis is one of the investigations conducted in a laboratory to assess the characteristics and content of a person's urine. Many diseases can be detected by doing this urinalysis examination, such as kidney stones, urinary tract infections, monitoring the severity of diabetes, pregnancy tests, drug use and much more.
Specifically, what is seen and the method used for each examination is different. Regarding your question, if the urine sample is not appropriate, then the sampling must be repeated, by repeating and testing the patient's understanding of the correct way to collect the urine sample. If there are problems with sampling, discuss ways to solve them. For example the patient is a parent and it is difficult to do it alone, so ask for help from his child or officer. Because if an unsuitable sample is forced to be analyzed, there can be a result bias, difficult interpretation, contamination and in essence the results become inaccurate. So, hopefully answering your question.