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Color of urine indicates the disease

Changes of appearance and smell of urine can be a timely warning to the disturbances in the body.

Urine control may be the time to discover some symptoms of the disease and prevent its deterioration. Urine is necessary to control when you notice changes in color, turbidity, changes in the smell, or frequent or difficult urination.

In infants and children, this type of analysis should be done with any fever of unknown origin, or high fever of unknown origin. Among adults, without symptoms, control of urine should be done annually.

A more detailed and precise examination of urine, urine culture should be done when the findings of urine indicates a urinary infection, ie. when the increased number of leukocytes, when there are positive nitrites in urine, an increased number of red blood cells, and positive ketones. Urine culture is required for the elevated temperature of unknown origin.

Bad results of urine may point to diabetes mellitus (sugar positive and positive ketones in the urine) at some advanced kidney disease, the acute and chronic renal insufficiency, as well as urinary tract infection.