Chloride, 24 Hrs Urine



Increased urine chloride levels may be caused by adrenocortical insufficiency, increased salt intake, inflammation of the kidney that results in salt loss and the production of an unusually large amount of urine. Decreased urine chloride levels may be due to Cushing’s syndrome, decreased salt intake, fluid loss that occurs with diarrhea, vomiting, sweating, gastric suction and salt retention.

Sample Type, Quantity & Conditions

5 ml of 24 Hrs Urine Stability: 14 Days at 2-8 °C 14 Days at (-15)-(-25) °C

Special Precautions

State 24 Hrs urine volume.

Normal Range

100-250 mmol/24 Hrs 100-250 mEq/24 Hrs

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