Urinalysis is one of the oldest medical diagnostic tests, and is still one of the most commonly used tests to this day.
In this Distance Learning: Urinalysis of Simulated Urine activity, students will perform a urinalysis on four different samples of simulated urine. Using a standard urinalysis test strip, students will determine the pH of the samples and test for the presence or absence of glucose, protein, and ketones. Students will then analyze the results of the tests to determine a potential diagnosis for each patient.
This product is similar to the Urinalysis Using Simulated Urine Kit but designed for an individual or small group. Manual and enough material for 2 groups of students.
This kit is in alignment with NGSS MS-LS1-3
- 8 Urine Test Strips
- 8 Plastic Cups
- 2 Color Charts
- 4 Simulated Urine Samples (4 mL each) (Patient A, Patient B, and Patient C)
- Instruction Manual and enough materials for 2 groups of students
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