Laboratory Test Information Guide

Details for Arsenic - Inorganic,Urine

Test Name: Arsenic - Inorganic,Urine
Alternate Name(s):  
Laboratory: Trace Elements
Specimen Type: 24 hour urine collected in an unused 24 hour urine container or random urine
Collection Information: TRACE ELEMENT COLLECTION REQUIREMENTS
Requisition: TRACE ELEMENTS REQUISITION
Test Schedule: Batched analysis
Turnaround time from when specimen
is received in testing laboratory:
 
Routine
10 days
Stat
 
 
Reference Range: SI Units:

Random Urine:
0-0.13 µmol/L



Ageµmol/mol creatinine
FemaleMale
0-110-15.90-15.2
12-190-9.70-9.4
20-290-10.90-8.3
30-390-13.20-9.7
40-490-15.70-10.3
50-590-18.50-11.8
60-690-18.30-12.4
70-790-19.10-13.4
≥800-23.40-15.2


24 Hour Urine:
0-0.20 µmol/d

Conventional Units:

Random Urine:
0-10.0 µg/L



Ageµg/g creatinine
FemaleMale
0-110-10.50-10.1
12-190-6.40-6.2
20-290-7.20-5.5
30-390-8.70-6.5
40-490-10.40-6.8
50-590-12.30-7.8
60-690-12.10-8.2
70-790-12.60-8.8
≥800-15.50-10.1


24 Hour Urine:
0-15.0 µg/d

NOTE:
This value represents inorganic, mono and dimethylated arsenic species correlating with occupational and environmental exposure. Organic, trimethylated species such as arsenobetaine, arising from seafood contamination, are not measured
Effective Date:  
Revised Date: 2012-11-20
Critical Value:  
Interpretive Comments: Find Interpretive Comment and Clinical Information here:
Special Processing:  
Comments: Reference Ranges are based on Non-Occupationally exposed population.
Method of Analysis: High Resolution Sector Field Inductively Coupled Mass Spectrometry
HR-SF-ICP-MS
Critical Information Required:  
Storage & Shipment: 
System Codes: 
Cerner
ASIU / ASIU24
 
Referred To:  

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