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Phosphorus

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

PHOSPHORUS, INORGANIC-SL

  • 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.

Catalog

Name Part Size
PHOSPHORUS, INORGANIC-SL 117-30 3x100 mL (R1); 1x75 mL (R2)