Routine Comprehensive Urinalysis


Fun fact: for full-body health, pee is key. A comprehensive Urinalysis test looks all over your urine to determine a wide variety of health concerns, from the state of your kidneys to diabetes and UTIs.

Overview


Did you know that your urine is the key to understanding factors of your health? It may be a waste product, but it’s full of valuable information. From kidney issues to digestive questions, your regular bathroom breaks include valuable info on many elements of your body. A routine urinalysis test is a way to take that waste product and turn it into pure data. Some elements of the urinalysis are simpler than you’d realize. Indications of color, cloudiness, transparency, and viscosity can tell an experienced lab tech loads about the current state of your health. Beyond appearances, our routine urinalysis covers a whole load of information by testing 26 factors. They are: Color; Appearance; Specific Gravity; pH Levels; Glucose; Bilrubin; Ketones; Occult Blood; Protein; Nitrite; Leukocyte Esterase; WBC; RBC; Squamous Epithelial Cells; Transitional Epithelial; Renal Epithelial Cells; Bacteria; Calcium Oxalate Crystals; Triple Phosphate Crystals; Uric Acid Crystals; Amorphous Sediment; Crystals; Hyaline Casts; Granular Casts; Casts; Yeast

Test Contents


Color; Appearance; Specific Gravity; pH Levels; Glucose; Bilrubin; Ketones; Occult Blood; Protein; Nitrite; Leukocyte Esterase; WBC; RBC; Squamous Epithelial Cells; Transitional Epithelial; Renal Epithelial Cells; Bacteria; Calcium Oxalate Crystals; Triple Phosphate Crystals; Uric Acid Crystals; Amorphous Sediment; Crystals; Hyaline Casts; Granular Casts; Casts; Yeast

Symptoms


Symptoms of a urinary tract infection (UTI) may include: pain or a burning sensation when peeing (dysuria); needing to pee more often than usual during the night (nocturia); pee that looks cloudy, dark or has a strong smell; needing to pee suddenly or more urgently than usual; needing to pee more often than usual

When To Check


Urinalysis panels should be a regular part of your annual wellness check. Doing a routine urinalysis panel is especially important if you: Are trying to screen for health conditions; if you feel like you are experiencing symptoms of conditions such as diabetes or heart disease; to monitor ongoing health conditions, such as diabetes or kidney disease; to diagnose a UTI; if you’ve been admitted to a hospital; as preparation for surgery.

Process To Get Checked


Order Your Test

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Visit A Local Lab

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Get Your Result

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Frequently Asked Questions


What’s going on in your body? Usually, we shrug off fatigue or the odd stomachaches, never taking the time to pay attention to what’s really happening in our body. When you test for wellness, you’re taking your health in your own hands to take the next step towards health and wellness. For a stronger, healthier you.

Getting a wellness test is the first step in the journey to better health. When you test for wellness, you’re getting concrete information about your body that you can bring to a healthcare professional for diagnosis and treatment.

Nope! AimCheck takes care of all doctors referrals and prescriptions throughout the testing process so you don’t have to. Note: AimCheck is not a diagnostic service. To interpret your results, go to your doctor of healthcare professional.

If you’re a relatively healthy individual, AimCheck recommends doing an overall wellness check at least once a year.
Table Of Content

Overview

Symptoms

When To Check

Process

FAQs