Eosinophils in Urine Sediment
Urine, Eosinophils , Antrim #20118, EPIC: LAB5163, SOFT: UREOS
Specimen Collection Criteria
Collect: 50 mL random urine in a screw-capped container (preferred) or other sterile collection cup. (Min: 10 mL)
Specimens should be delivered to the Laboratory within one hour of collection to prevent leukocyte lysis.
Physician Office/Drawsite Specimen Preparation
Arrange for transportation to the Laboratory prior to specimen collection. Maintain specimens refrigerated (2-8°C or 36-46°F) prior to transport.
Preparation for Courier Transport
Transport: 50 mL urine, refrigerated (2-8°C or 36-46°F). (Min: 10 mL)
- Specimens exceeding recommended time limits (one hour at room temperature, three hours refrigerated).
Urine specimens are stable for 1 hour at room temperature (20o to 26o C) or for 3 hours if kept at 4o C.
Sunday - Saturday, 24 hours a day.
Results available within 8 hours.
Wright-Giemsa Stain, Manual Microsopy.
Increased numbers of eosinophils may be found in urine from patients with tubulointerstitial disease associated with hypersensitivity to drugs such as penicillin and its analogues.
Antrim #20118, EPIC: LAB5163, SOFT: UREOS
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