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Urine specific gravity is essentially a measure of the concentration of urine. Normal levels are 1.000 to 1.030 and provides a basic determination of renal function, fluid volume, and endocrine function. In a patient that is dehydrated the nurse should expect USG to be increased as the urine will be highly concentrated due to low volume.
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