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PHYSICALS
WHEN TAKING PHYSICALS, WHAT DOES SP.GR/ PROTEIN/ BLOOD/ SUGAR STAND FOR AND WHAT ARE THE NORMALS?
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291531 tn?1193614293
Hi,
Those look like urine test results.
SG-specific gravity--a measure of how concentrated your urine is during the test.
Protein--levels of protein in the urine--you should not have any, or just minimal. Anything more, unless your are pregnant, is not normal
Sugar--sugars in the urine. YOu should not have any if you do not have diabetes or kidney disease.
Hope this helps.
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