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The urinalysis can provide information not only about the kidneys and bladder, but the liver, pancreas, and other organs. Apart from helping veterinarians to make a diagnosis, a urinalysis is also helpful to determine a prognosis (a forecast of the outcome of the disease) and to check the response to a treatment.

Still, as with other tests, the urinalysis is just a reflection of what is going on in the animal's body during a certain period of time. The veterinarian must always take everything into consideration that is affecting the animal and, in turn, how that may influence the test results. PEZZ HealthCheck does NOT replace a vet, all parameters can be interpreted and clarified by your vet. 

Glucose

Glucose, is the excretion of glucose into the urine. The kidneys are able to reclaim all of the filtered glucose from the urine into the bloodstream. Normally, there are no spurs of glucose in the urine, if there are, you should go see your vet. Glucosuria therefore is nearly always due to kidney disorders, such as diabetes mellitus.

Urobilinogen

Ketones

Leucocytes

Protein

Haemoglobin

pH-Value

Nitrite