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I have Protein (30), Ketone (small), Bilirubin (small), Urobilinogen (8), and Blood (non-hemolyzed: trace) in my urine and my pH is 6.0. should I be worried? My X-ray results showed "possible kidney stone" but my doctor has now ordered me to get a CT scan

I have Protein (30), Ketone (small), Bilirubin (small), Urobilinogen (8), and Blood (non-hemolyzed: trace) in my urine and my pH is 6.0. should I be worried? My X-ray results showed "possible kidney stone" but my doctor has now ordered me to get a CT scan

Urine analysis: Based upon those results it sounds as if you have a kidney stone. Most stones will pass spontaneously or with some aid from medications. Some stones require more invasive type treatments. I would get the CT as ordered by you doctor. ...Read more

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UA Results: I have Small (1+) Bilirubin, Large amounts of Ketones (80 and 160 mg/dL), and trace-hemolyzed blood in urine. Should I be concerned?

UA Results: I have Small (1+) Bilirubin, Large amounts of Ketones (80 and 160 mg/dL), and trace-hemolyzed blood in urine. Should I be concerned?

Urine tests: 29F of unknown ethnicity and medical history from US notes urine + Bilirubin Ketones and trace blood. Asks should I be concerned? ANS: Yes so ask the Dr. who did the tests as "concern" would be based on why tests were done based on what they know about your medical Hx, condition, meds etc. ...Read more

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What are the options for treating hemolysis?

What are the options for treating hemolysis?

Depends on cause...: There are a number of causes for hemolysis. One of the most common is autoimmune hemolysis. This can be treated with steroids. Other causes of hemolysis can include medications (treatment is to discontinue medicine) and inherited defects in the red blood cell (g6pd deficiency, hereditary spherocytosis, sickle cell anemia - treatments are largely supportive). ...Read more

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What does hemolyzed mean?

What does hemolyzed mean?

RBC rupture: It means that the red blood cells in the blood sample were disrupted and ruptured. ...Read more

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Is it possible to prevent hemolysis?

Is it possible to prevent hemolysis?

Depends: Are you talking about hemolysis in vivo or in a specimen? There are many caused of hemolysis and each needs a different approach. See this site for info on hemolytic anemia. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/pmh0001597/. ...Read more

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What does slight hemolysis mean on bloodwork results?

Lab : Nothing to worry. The specimen was either collected with difficulty or was tested with delay. ...Read more

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What is the classic sign of hemolysis during dialysis?

What is the classic sign of hemolysis during dialysis?

Watch for...: While I am not a nephrologist i understand that you should look for a falling crit line, severe pain, or a pink hue to the filtrate. There may be acute hypertension, shortness of breath, and generalized redness of the skin. All of these are indications that action should be taken immediately to remedy the situation. ...Read more