DENOUEMENT OF URINE BILIRUBIN ON NOODLE DELINEATION

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  • Mehwish Sultana Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, Pakistan

Abstract

The purpose of this task is to check the link between noodle delineation and urine bilirubin. Bilirubin is the yellow pigment which is produced in our liver and known as bile juice. It is occur when red blood cells break. Its normal range in urine is 0.2mg/dL to 1mg/dL. When their normal range increases in urine it indicated that there is some problem in our gall bladder or liver. Increase the level of Bilirubin in urine cause jaundice. The main symptoms of this are fatigue, vomiting, nausea, dark yellow urine and yellowing of face and eyes. The main causes of Bilirubin in urine are obstruction in gall bladder, hepatitis, more drinking alcohol and more contact with drugs and chemicals. Some types of noodles are made up of wheat which is a major source of protein, carbohydrates and lipids. Wheat is essential in human life. Noodles are used as a good source of nutrition. Noodles are a salted dish. Noodles are also made by adding different vegetables in it for more taste. Sometimes, noodles are also used in vegetable soup, chicken soup and many other types of soup. Different types of sauce are also used to increase the taste of noodles. The present study that half of the non.noodle depicted females have bilirubin in their blood while most of the noodle depicted females do not have bilirubin in their blood. Most noodle depicted males have bilirubin in their urine while most Non.noodle depicted males do not have bilirubin in their urine.

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2019-05-23

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Sultana, M. (2019). DENOUEMENT OF URINE BILIRUBIN ON NOODLE DELINEATION. Journal of Medical Reviews, 2(5), Page No. : 308-310. Retrieved from http://medicalreviews.info/index.php/jmr/article/view/48

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