The urinalysis is used as a diagnostic tool to identify different metabolic and kidney disorders. It is used to detect urinary tract infections (UTIs) and other disorders of the urinary tract. Patients with acute or chronic conditions, such as kidney disease, the urinalysis may be instructed at intervals as a rapid method to help record organ function, status, and response to treatment. Abnormal findings in urinalysis are a warning that something may be wrong and should be evaluated further. Generally, the greater the concentration of the atypical substance (glucose, protein, RBC etc.), the more likely it is that there is a problem that needs to be addressed. A normal urinalysis does not guarantee that there is no illness as the amount of substance may vary in different urine samples.