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Nickel Random Urine Test

730 د.إ

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The Nickel Random Urine Test is a diagnostic procedure conducted to measure the concentration of nickel in the urine. This test is particularly useful for individuals who may have been exposed to nickel through their environment or workplace, as nickel is a common component in various alloys and can be found in everything from jewelry to electronic devices. By analyzing a urine sample, healthcare providers can assess the level of nickel exposure and determine if it poses any health risks, such as allergic reactions or more severe conditions like lung or nasal cancer in cases of prolonged exposure.

At DNA Labs UAE, the Nickel Random Urine Test is offered for a cost of 730 AED. DNA Labs UAE is known for its state-of-the-art facilities and highly qualified staff, ensuring accurate and reliable test results. The test does not require any special preparation from the patient, such as fasting, making it a convenient option for those concerned about their nickel exposure levels. Once the sample is collected, it is analyzed using sophisticated techniques to provide a clear picture of the individual’s nickel exposure, facilitating informed decisions about further medical or environmental interventions.

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NICKEL RANDOM URINE Test

Cost: AED 730.0

Test Name

NICKEL RANDOM URINE Test

Components

Price: 730.0 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. Patients should avoid mineral supplements 3 days prior to specimen collection. Use powderless gloves during specimen collection.

Report Delivery

Sample Daily by 6pm; Report Next day

Method

ICPMS

Test Type

Industrial diseases

Doctor

Physician

Test Department

BIOPHYSICS

Pre Test Information

Patients should avoid mineral supplements 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

A nickel random urine test is a medical test used to measure the levels of nickel in a person’s urine. Nickel is a metallic element that can be found in various sources such as certain foods, water, and occupational exposures. This test is typically ordered to evaluate nickel exposure in individuals who work in industries where they may come into contact with nickel, such as metalworkers, jewelry makers, and electroplaters. It can also be used to assess nickel toxicity in cases of suspected nickel poisoning or allergic reactions. The test involves collecting a urine sample and sending it to a laboratory for analysis. The results can help healthcare providers determine if a person has been exposed to excessive levels of nickel or if they have a nickel allergy.

Test Name NICKEL RANDOM URINE Test
Components
Price 730.0 AED
Sample Condition 10 mL (5 mL min.) aliquot of random urinecollectedinanacidwashed(metal free) container available from LPL. Ship refrigeratedorfrozen.Patientshould avoid mineralsupplements3days priortospecimencollection.Use powderless gloves during specimen collection.
Report Delivery SampleDailyby6pm;ReportNext day
Method ICPMS
Test type Industrial diseases
Doctor Physician
Test Department: BIOPHYSICS
Pre Test Information Patientshould avoid mineral supplements 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

A nickel random urine test is a medical test used to measure the levels of nickel in a person’s urine. Nickel is a metallic element that can be found in various sources such as certain foods, water, and occupational exposures. This test is typically ordered to evaluate nickel exposure in individuals who work in industries where they may come into contact with nickel, such as metalworkers, jewelry makers, and electroplaters. It can also be used to assess nickel toxicity in cases of suspected nickel poisoning or allergic reactions. The test involves collecting a urine sample and sending it to a laboratory for analysis. The results can help healthcare providers determine if a person has been exposed to excessive levels of nickel or if they have a nickel allergy.