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Arsenic 24 Hour Urine Test

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The Arsenic 24 Hour Urine Test is a diagnostic procedure offered by DNA Labs UAE, designed to measure the level of arsenic in the urine collected over a 24-hour period. Arsenic, a naturally occurring element that can be toxic in high concentrations, may be ingested through contaminated water, food, or exposure to certain industrial processes. This test is crucial for individuals who suspect exposure to arsenic, as it helps in the early detection of arsenic poisoning, which is vital for effective treatment and management. The cost of the test is 640 AED, making it accessible for those in need of this essential health assessment. Conducted in the state-of-the-art facilities of DNA Labs UAE, this test ensures accurate and reliable results, contributing to better health outcomes for the patients.

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ARSENIC 24 HOUR URINE Test

Test Name: ARSENIC 24 HOUR URINE Test

Components: Price 640.0 AED

Sample Condition: 10 mL (5 mL min.) aliquot of 24-hour urine collected in an acid washed (metal free) container kit available from LPL. Mix thoroughly. Transfer 10 mL aliquot to vial provided in kit. Measure 24 hour total volume and record on vial and test request form. Ship refrigerated or frozen. Patient should avoid eating seafood and herbal supplements for 3 days prior to sample collection. Use powderless gloves during specimen collection.

Report Delivery: Sample Daily by 6 pm; Report Next day

Method: ICPMS

Test Type: Industrial diseases, Poisoning

Doctor: Physician

Test Department: BIOPHYSICS

Pre Test Information: Patient should avoid eating seafood and herbal supplements for 3 days prior to sample collection. If Gadolinium or Iodine containing contrast media has been administered, the specimen should not be collected for 96 hours. Use powderless gloves during specimen collection.

Test Details

The Arsenic 24-hour urine test is a medical test that measures the amount of arsenic in a person’s urine over a 24-hour period. Arsenic is a toxic heavy metal that can be found in the environment, water, and certain foods. It is commonly used in industrial processes and can also be a component of some medications.

The test is usually ordered when there is a suspicion of arsenic exposure or poisoning. It can help determine if a person has been exposed to high levels of arsenic or if there is a need for treatment.

To perform the test, the individual is required to collect all of their urine over a 24-hour period in a special container provided by the laboratory. The container is typically kept in a cool place during the collection period. It is important to follow the specific instructions given by the healthcare provider to ensure accurate results.

After the collection period, the urine sample is sent to a laboratory for analysis. The laboratory measures the amount of arsenic present in the urine and provides a report to the healthcare provider.

Elevated levels of arsenic in the urine may indicate recent exposure or ongoing exposure to arsenic. It can also be an indication of arsenic poisoning. The healthcare provider will interpret the results in the context of the individual’s symptoms, medical history, and other factors to determine the appropriate course of action.

It is important to note that the Arsenic 24-hour urine test is just one tool in assessing arsenic exposure or poisoning. Additional tests and evaluations may be needed to confirm a diagnosis and guide treatment.

Test Name ARSENIC 24 HOUR URINE Test
Components
Price 640.0 AED
Sample Condition 10 mL (5 mL min.) aliquot of 24-hour urine collected in an acid washed (metal free) containerkit available from LPL. Mix thoroughly. Transfer 10 mL aliquot to vial provided in kit. Measure 24 hour total volume and record on vial and test request form. Ship refrigerated or frozen. Patient should avoid eating sea food and herbal supplements for 3 days prior to sample collection. Use powderless gloves during specimen collection.
Report Delivery Sample Daily by 6 pm; Report Next day
Method ICPMS
Test type Industrial diseases, Poisoning
Doctor Physician
Test Department: BIOPHYSICS
Pre Test Information Patient should avoideating sea food and herbal supplements for 3 days prior to sample collection.If Gadolinium or Iodine containing contrast media has been administered, the specimen should not be collected for 96 hours. Use powderless gloves during specimen collection.
Test Details

The Arsenic 24-hour urine test is a medical test that measures the amount of arsenic in a person’s urine over a 24-hour period. Arsenic is a toxic heavy metal that can be found in the environment, water, and certain foods. It is commonly used in industrial processes and can also be a component of some medications.

The test is usually ordered when there is a suspicion of arsenic exposure or poisoning. It can help determine if a person has been exposed to high levels of arsenic or if there is a need for treatment.

To perform the test, the individual is required to collect all of their urine over a 24-hour period in a special container provided by the laboratory. The container is typically kept in a cool place during the collection period. It is important to follow the specific instructions given by the healthcare provider to ensure accurate results.

After the collection period, the urine sample is sent to a laboratory for analysis. The laboratory measures the amount of arsenic present in the urine and provides a report to the healthcare provider.

Elevated levels of arsenic in the urine may indicate recent exposure or ongoing exposure to arsenic. It can also be an indication of arsenic poisoning. The healthcare provider will interpret the results in the context of the individual’s symptoms, medical history, and other factors to determine the appropriate course of action.

It is important to note that the Arsenic 24-hour urine test is just one tool in assessing arsenic exposure or poisoning. Additional tests and evaluations may be needed to confirm a diagnosis and guide treatment.