Oxalate, Pediatric, Random, Urine
Monitoring therapy for kidney stones
Identifying increased urinary oxalate as a risk factor for stone formation
Diagnosis of primary or secondary hyperoxaluria
A timed 24-hour urine collection is the preferred specimen for measuring and interpreting this urinary analyte. Random collections normalized to urinary creatinine may be of some clinical use in patients who cannot collect a 24-hour specimen, typically small children. Therefore, this random test is offered for children <16 years old.
Enzymatic Using Oxalate Oxidase
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Oxalate, Pediatric, Random, U