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Heavy Metals Panel, Random Urine
- Ordering Info
82175, 83655, 83825, 82570
Arsenic, Mercury, Lead, Creatinine
Inductively Coupled Plasma/Mass Spectrometry (ICP/MS)
Ingestion of seafood within three days of specimen collection can affect results.
Arsenic Random Urine
|Non-exposed Adult||≤35 mcg/g creat|
|Biological Exposure Index (end of shift/work week)||≤50 mcg/g creat|
|Non-exposed Adult||<10 mcg/g creat|
|Non-exposed Adult||≤4 mcg/g creat|
|Biological Exposure Index (pre-shift)||≤35 mcg/g creat|
|≤6 Months||2-32 mg/dL|
|7-11 Months||2-36 mg/dL|
|1-2 Years||2-128 mg/dL|
|3-8 Years||2-149 mg/dL|
|9-12 Years||2-183 mg/dL|
Excessive exposure to heavy metals can cause acute and chronic toxicity. Heavy Metals Panel is intended to evaluate and monitor exposure to heavy metals and evaluate the process of detoxification.
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