Analysis of an Immobilized Oxalate-Oxidase Method in Urine: Problems Solved and Methods Compared
Experience with the Olthius method for urinary oxalate has been unsatisfactory (1). We found intermittent spuriously-elevated urinary results that did not fit clinically; we found a relatively slow laboratory turn-around time; and we found that the method was not sensitive enough to measure plasma oxalate.
KeywordsUrine Sample Urinary Oxalate Oxalate Level Collection Bottle Plasma Oxalate
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