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What is the normal urine specific gravity?

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Asked by Summer.hayes, Last updated: May 27, 2020

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Answered Jan 03, 2019

If you have not heard about Urine Specific Gravity before then it is about time that you get to know more about this. This is usually measured through urinalysis. This will help determine if the kidneys are working properly.

The details that will be received through the test will determine the diagnosis of certain diseases. At the same time, there are treatments that will be done in order to address possible renal diseases. The reference range for this is 1.005-1.030.

If the numbers fail to meet that range, this is a sign that there is something wrong in the renal system that should be addressed soon. Low and high numbers may mean different kidney diseases.

 

summer.hayes

Summer.hayes

Answered Sep 20, 2018

1.016-1.022
 

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