OXALATE, RANDOM URINE

This assay is useful for monitoring therapy for kidney stones and identifying increased urinary oxalate as a risk factor for stone formation. It also helps in the diagnosis of Primary or Second- ary hyperoxaluria. Ingestion of Ascorbic acid may falsely elevate urinary oxalate excretion.

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  • Pre-test Information:
    Avoid vitamin C and citrus fruits 48 hours prior to specimen collection.
  • Report Delivery:
    Sample by Wed / Sat 9 am; Report Same day
  • Components:
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Sample Report