Laboratory and Diagnostic

FECALYSIS/STOOL EXAMINATION Definition: Stool examination is a procedure where fecal matter is collected for analysis to diagnose the presence or absence of a medical condition.
DATE Characteristic Results Normal Values Significances




Normal Values


Date: Jan 27, 2014

Color Consistency

Reddish Watery

Brown formed, soft,semisolid,mo ist Absent Absent Few

RBC Pus cells Bacteria URINALYSIS

Plenty Plenty Moderate

Bleeding from GI tract; melena Increased intestinal motility due to irratation of the colon by bacteria(diarrhea) GI bleeding; hematochezia Bacterial infection Bacterial infection

Definition: Ionizing a physical microscopic, or a chemical examination of urine.

Date: Jan 27, 2014

Color Transparency Specific gravity Albumin RBC

Straw Clear 1.010 Negative 0-3/hpf

Normal Values
Yellow, straw, amber Clear 1.010-1.025 Negative 0-2/hpf

Normal Normal Normal Normal Renal parenchymal alteration

Pus cells



Inflammation in the Urinary tract Normal

Epithelial cells


Normally in small amount

COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT Definition: A determination of the number of red and white blood cells per cubicmillimeter of blood. A CBC is one of the most routinely performed tests in a clinical laboratory and one of the most valuable screening and diagnostic test.

000/mm .000/mm 55-65% 25-35% Neutrophils Lymphocytes 75% 20% Increased: There is bacterial infection Decreased: There is a viral invasion Increased: There is a viral infection Normal Monocytes Platelets 5% 343. Anemia Decreased: Insufficient carrier of oxygen.700/ mm 3 5.0003 450.PERFORMED Date: Jan 27. Anemia Normal Hemoglobin 10.hemodilution.200 2-4% 150.7% 42-51% Decreased: Hemodilution.0003 10. 2014 Hematocrit 31.3 g/dL 13-18 g/dL WBC 5.

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