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What is RUG?
A urine glucose test is a simple and quick way to check for levels of glucose in the urine. Glucose is a type of sugar that your body requires and uses for energy.
Why is RUG done?
- To check for diabetes
- To monitor the degree of sugar control
- To check efficacy of treatment
- To diagnose kidney problems or urinary tract infection
Preparation for RUG
- No special preparation required
Sample Type for RUG
The sample type collected for Glucose - Random Urine is: Urine
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