Multistix Information and Courses from MediaLab, Inc.
These are the MediaLab courses that cover Multistix and links to relevant pages within the course.
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|Use the following urinalysis report to answer:The patient is a female and the urinalysis is completed within two hours of collection.Color - light yellow Appearance - slightly turbid Sp. Gravity - 1.009 pH - 8.0 Glucose - negative Protein - 1+ Blood - negative WBC - 5/HPF RBC - 1/HPF Epithelial - 0/HPF Casts - 2 hyaline/LPF Crystals - amorphous urates Bacteria - 2+True or false? The results are abnormal but all results correlate.||View Page|
|Specimen #5 - Female Child|
The results of the Clinitest are abnormal, but can be reported. Because this specimen was from a child, the Clinitest was performed routinely even though not indicated by the results of the Multistix. Due to the fact that the Multistix is specific for glucose and was negative, therefore a non-glucose reducing substance is present. Further confirmatory testing such as thin-layered chromatography is needed for identification of the non-glucose reducing sugar.