In a healthy person, water, urea, and a small amount of electrolytes like sodium and potassium should be found. What should NOT be found are red or white blood cells, bacteria (yes, urine should be sterile), or nitrites or esterases which indicate an infectious processes.
Urea, potassium, creatinine, and extra fluids are 4 components of urine that dialysis would also remove.
Healthy urine consists of water, ammonia, potassium, hydrogen, little sodium, little creatine, little uric acid and urea and little bilirubin, if any of these substance is present in too much (or to little) quanity then it becomes unhealthy. Also if glucose and/or RBC are found in urine it is unhealthy.
If your urine is cloudy,you are dehydrated.
The pH would be lowered due to the production of ketone bodies and excreted in the urine.
The only way urine could possibly ever get into the lungs would be if the person inhaled or drank urine. Not a good thing to do.
yes but you would have to walk around with a bag with urine and have a tube were the urine comes from the kidneys
No, you would have to put a frog on your face to have that happen.
An excess of casts is usually present.
Urine is not always the same, and it varies both by diet, and by the health of the person in question. But in general, the positive ion you would be most likely to find in urine is the Na+ ion.
Pissing in a bottle and putting it in the fridge, YOU IDIOT