Increased serum inorganic phosphorus concentrations (hyperphosphatemia) are usually the result of Vitamin D overdose, hypoparathyroidism, or renal failure. Decreased serum concentrations (hypophosphotemia) usually result from rickets, hyperparathyroidism, or Fanconi Syndrome (a defect in absorption of phosphorus and other metabolites from the glomerular filtrate).
Features and Benefits
- For the quantitative measurement of inorganic phosphorus.
- Two part, stable liquid; ready to use reagent. Easy to use, no additional reagent required.
- Wide linear range. Reduces repeat testing and the need for sample dilutions.
- Applicable to multiple chemistry platforms. Flexible laboratory testing.
|PHOSPHORUS, INORGANIC-SL||117-30||3x100 mL (R1); 1x75 mL (R2)|