Why does urine always contain urea?

Answer Urea is a product of protein metabolism. During this process, nitrogen is removed from the blood and converted to urea. Urea is then excreted by the kidneys in the urine. In fact, it is how urin... Read More »

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Does urea contain nitrogen?

The chemical formula of urea is (NHâ‚‚)â‚‚CO. Thus, each molecule of urea contains two atoms of nitrogen. Furthermore, nitrogen comprises 46.6 percent of urea by weight. Therefore, each pound of ur... Read More »

Does healthy urine contain germs?

Clean urine, say, taken from the middle part of urinating, is sterile: no germs)

Does lysol contain urine neutralizer?

No. Lysol sprays do not contain urine neutralizers. Lysol is excellent for controlling mold and mildew. It does not neutralize urine stains and odors and will simply mask them. Janitorial supply c... Read More »

What is the difference between serum urea and blood urea?

Serum means the liquid left after clotting of blood, fibrinogen having been removed. BUN stands for blood urea nitrogen. Urea nitrogen is what forms when protein breaks down. The BUN test is often... Read More »