Serum ionised calcium determination by ion specific electrode, and its value in clinical metabolic disorders
Amethod is described for determination of serum ionised calcium, using an ion specific electrode. Values recorded in 24 normal subjects, and in various disease states are presented and the clinical value of this measurement discussed.
KeywordsSarcoidosis Hyperparathyroidism Primary Hyperparathyroidism Hypoparathyroidism IRISH Journal
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