Method of Collection:
Fresh Urine in sterile container
Days for reporting:
Why is the Test Done?
High uric acid levels in the urine are seen with gout, multiple myeloma, metastatic cancer, leukemia, and a diet high in purines. Those at risk of kidney stones who have high uric acid levels in their urine may be given medication to prevent stone formation. Low urine uric acid levels may be seen with kidney disease, chronic alcohol use, and lead poisoning.
How to prepare for the Test:
NO PREPRATION NEED FRESH URINE SAMPLE