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Spectral analysis of urinary reactions: a preliminary study based on a novel concept


, : Spectral analysis of urinary reactions: a preliminary study based on a novel concept. Clinical Chemistry 25(3): 476-480

The concept of spectral analysis of urinary reactions (a range of simple chemical tests combined with pattern analysis) is described. A preliminary study in which we used 10 nonspecific tested on untimed urine specimens from 20 controls and 20 diabetics, matched for age and sex, suggested that a combination of these tests could be used to separate diabetics from healthy subjects. This combination, however, did not prove satisfactory for a further group of 13 diabetics. Closer examination revealed that factors such as therapy and glycosuria affected the results of these tests. This approach, which should extend the usefulness of urinalysis, may prove viable when larger groups, and possibly a different set of tests, are used to establish a more robust combination of tests.

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