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Mercury Random Urine Test

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The Mercury Random Urine Test is a diagnostic procedure offered by DNA Labs UAE, designed to measure the level of mercury present in a urine sample. Mercury is a heavy metal that can be toxic to humans, and exposure can occur through various means, including consumption of contaminated fish, exposure to industrial processes, or use of certain medical or cosmetic products. The test does not require any special preparation, such as fasting, and involves the collection of a random urine sample at any time of the day.

This test is crucial for individuals who suspect they have been exposed to mercury or are experiencing symptoms of mercury poisoning, which can include neurological and renal impairments among others. Early detection through the Mercury Random Urine Test can facilitate timely intervention and management of mercury exposure.

DNA Labs UAE, known for its state-of-the-art facilities and commitment to providing accurate and reliable diagnostic services, conducts this test. The cost of the Mercury Random Urine Test at DNA Labs UAE is 760 AED. This investment in health can provide essential information for assessing exposure levels and guiding appropriate medical or environmental actions to mitigate the effects of mercury in the body.

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MERCURY RANDOM URINE Test Cost AED: 760.0

At DNA Labs UAE, we offer the Mercury Random Urine Test at a cost of AED 760.0. This diagnostic test is used to measure the levels of mercury in a person’s urine. Mercury, a heavy metal, can be found in various sources such as certain types of fish, dental fillings, and occupational exposure.

The test is primarily performed to assess the level of mercury exposure in individuals working in industries where mercury is commonly used, such as mining, dentistry, or chemical manufacturing. It can also be used to evaluate individuals who may have been exposed to mercury through contaminated food or environmental sources.

Test Details

To conduct the Mercury Random Urine Test, a random urine sample is collected from the individual. The urine sample should be a 10 mL (5 mL minimum) aliquot collected in an acid-washed (metal-free) container available from LPL. It is recommended to ship the sample refrigerated or frozen. During specimen collection, the patient should avoid eating predatory fish like Swordfish, Tuna, and Shark at least 3 days prior. Powderless gloves should be used.

Report Delivery

The sample is delivered daily by 6 pm, and the report is available the next day.

Method and Test Type

The Mercury Random Urine Test is conducted using the ICPMS (Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry) method. It falls under the category of Industrial Diseases.

Test Department and Doctor

The test is conducted in the Atomic Absorption department and can be requested by a physician.

Pre Test Information

Prior to specimen collection, the patient should avoid eating predatory fish like Swordfish, Tuna, and Shark for at least 3 days. If Gadolinium or Iodine-containing contrast media has been administered, the specimen should not be collected for 96 hours.

Interpreting the Results

The Mercury Random Urine Test provides valuable information about an individual’s mercury exposure. However, it is important to note that this test is just one method of assessing mercury exposure and should be interpreted in conjunction with other clinical and laboratory findings. The test does not provide information about the specific source of mercury exposure or the potential health effects associated with it.

If you suspect mercury exposure or have concerns about your mercury levels, it is recommended to consult with a healthcare professional. They can guide you through the appropriate testing and provide further advice and treatment if necessary.

Test Name MERCURY RANDOM URINE Test
Components
Price 760.0 AED
Sample Condition 10 mL (5 mL min.) aliquot of random urine collected in an acid washed (metal free) container available from LPL. Ship refrigerated or frozen. Patient should avoid eating predatory fish like Sword fish,Tuna and shark atleast 3 days prior to specimen collection. Use powderless gloves during specimen collection.
Report Delivery Sample Daily by 6 pm; Report Next day
Method ICPMS
Test type Industrial diseases
Doctor Physician
Test Department: ATOMIC ABSORPTION
Pre Test Information Patient should avoid eating predatory fish like Sword fish, Tuna and shark atleast 3 days prior to specimen collection. If Gadolinium or Iodine containing contrast media has been administered, specimen should not be collected for 96 hours.
Test Details

The Mercury Random Urine Test is a diagnostic test used to measure the levels of mercury in a person’s urine. Mercury is a heavy metal that can be found in various sources, such as certain types of fish, dental fillings, and occupational exposure.

The test is usually performed to assess the level of mercury exposure in individuals who work in industries where mercury is commonly used, such as mining, dentistry, or chemical manufacturing. It can also be used to evaluate individuals who may have been exposed to mercury through contaminated food or environmental sources.

To conduct the test, a random urine sample is collected from the individual. The urine is then analyzed in a laboratory to measure the concentration of mercury present. The results of the test can help determine if the individual has been exposed to excessive levels of mercury and if further action, such as medical treatment or workplace safety measures, is necessary.

It is important to note that the Mercury Random Urine Test is just one method of assessing mercury exposure and should be interpreted in conjunction with other clinical and laboratory findings. Additionally, this test does not provide information about the specific source of mercury exposure or the potential health effects associated with it.

If you suspect mercury exposure or have concerns about your mercury levels, it is recommended to consult with a healthcare professional who can guide you through the appropriate testing and provide further advice and treatment if necessary.