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    urine which is waste product of the kidney, can be used to detect different diseases or abnormality by doing urine analysis. urine is composed of water, certain electrolytes, and various waste products that are filtered out of the blood system. due to the kidneys filtration system big molecules, blood, and different ions are not supposed to leave the body, so their presence during analysis can indicate abnormality. The urinary system is responsible for maintain the fluid hemostat of the body, it is consisting of many organs: some are kidney, ureter urinary bladder, and urethra. The kidney is the organ that is responsible of making urine by filtration. Kidneys are pair of organs located on either side of the spine at the bottom of the ribcage.…

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    Maple syrup urine disease is a rare disorder in which the body fails to properly process certain amino acids, such as leucine, isoleucine and valine. which are present in foods such as milk, eggs, meat. Therefore, results in a buildup of these in the blood. It is called maple syrup due to its distinctive sweet odor of affected infant’s urine. MSUD can damage the brain when in physical stress, such as fever, infection, starving. MSUD affects approximately 1 in 180,000 infants worldwide. A higher…

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    group of rare disorders characterized by metabolic pathway abnormalities. One such disorder is Maple Syrup Urine Disease (MSUD) otherwise known as Branched-chain Ketoaciduria, a dangerous condition in which over saturation of amino acids in the blood can lead to toxicity progressing to encephalopathy, neurodegeneration, coma or respiratory failure (Haldeman-Englert, 2015). MSUD results from a malfunction of the branched-chain alpha-ketoacid dehydrogenase complex (BCKD) (Kniffin, 2013). This…

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    Dehydration Lab Report

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    Our experiment was centered on taking four testing groups and setting a baseline level of dehydration across all four groups. From there each group would be assigned water, coke, Gatorade or remain dehydrated. The test subjects would then consume their assigned drinks based on their body weight. Urine would then be collected at thirty-minute time intervals to measure urine changes. The goal of our experiment was to determine the influence of fluids being introduced into the body of various…

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    Urinary System Essay

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    of the blood. The urinary system works in with the respiratory, integumentary, and digestive organs to eliminate waste. Reflexology supports and enhances the urinary system by removing toxins that help reestablish balance. In this paper, I will go over three important facts about the urinary system. . The urinary system is home of: two kidneys, two ureters, the bladder, the sphincter muscle, the nerves in the bladder and the urethra. The kidneys remove urea from the blood through,…

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    bookkeeper at a local company until she was 70 years old. She loves to garden, walk with friends, and read books. Jenny has trouble controlling urination. She finds that when she feels the need to urinate, she quickly or she will wet her panties. She has started wearing incontinence pads must get to the bathroom, but she hates them because they are uncomfortable, and she is afraid they show when she wears pants. In addition, they cost a lot of money. Jenny has had some incontinence for years,…

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    get told this a lot. When you hold your urine your actually putting a lot of pressure on your bladder and increasing the chances for a UTI. (10) “Take antibiotics” This is only if you experience recurring UTI 's. Diana…

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    Kidney Stones

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    When the crystals attach to each other, they form a kidney stone that can be a calcium, struvite, uric acid, cystine, or other rare stones. The kidney stones form on the interior surface of the kidney where the urinary tract is. Another good place for kidney stones to start is in your urine when there are crystal-forming substances. Other causes are not drinking enough fluids, having a high diet protein, being obese, or not urinating enough. These are the main causes of kidney stones in your…

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    A urine test is quick and painless, the test uses a person’s urine to test for any illegal drugs, or prescription medications. The urine tests for alcohol, amphetamines, benzodiazepines, marijuana, PCP, and opioids (). Other form of drug testing are hair testing, perspiration testing, saliva testing, and blood testing (). There are two types of urine drug test, they are the immunoassay gas chromatography/mass spectrometry, or GC/MS (Stang, D. (2015, October 5). The immunoassay is the most…

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    The Urinary System

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    wake in the middle of the night and stumble through the house to the bathroom. The urinary system starts with the kidneys which filter blood and produces urine. Urine then carried by what is called ureters which are two tubes that carry the urine to the bladder. The urine can be stored in the bladder until it becomes full in which case it then sends signals to the brain telling you it’s time to find a bathroom. Urination is the process of releasing urine from the bladder through the urethra and…

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