Ordering RecommendationRecommendations when to order or not order the test. May include related or preferred tests.
Use for kidney stone risk assessment and monitoring; includes interpretation of data. Panel includes calcium, chloride, citric acid, creatinine, magnesium, oxalate, pH, phosphorous, potassium, sodium, sulfate, and uric acid.
ReportedExpected turnaround time for a result, beginning when ARUP has received the specimen.
New York DOH Approval StatusIndicates test has been approved by the New York State Department of Health.
Specimens from New York clients will be sent out to a New York DOH approved laboratory, if possible.
24-hour urine. Refrigerate during collection.
Thoroughly mix entire collection (24-hour) in one container. Transport four separate 4 mL aliquots of urine using Calculi Risk/Supersaturation Urine Collection Kit (ARUP supply# 46007). Available online through eSupply using ARUP Connect™ or contact Client Services at (800) 522-2787. Do not exceed 4 mL in tubes. Aliquot according to the following specifications: 1st aliquot (pH 2): Transfer 4 mL urine into a Sulfamic Acid Tube. (Min: 4 mL) Mix well. Freeze immediately. 2nd aliquot (pH 2): Transfer 4 mL urine into a Sulfamic Acid Tube. (Min: 4 mL) Mix well. Freeze immediately. 3rd aliquot (pH 9): Transfer 4 mL urine into a Sodium Carbonate Tube. (Min: 4 mL) Mix well. Freeze immediately. 4th aliquot: Transfer 4 mL urine into an Unpreserved Tube. (Min: 4 mL) Freeze immediately. If collection kit is unavailable, transport four 4 mL unadjusted aliquots of urine.
CRITICAL FROZEN. Separate specimens must be submitted when multiple tests are ordered.
Record total volume and collection time interval on tube and test request form.
Interpretive DataBackground information for test. May include disease information, patient result explanation, recommendations, details of testing, associated diseases, explanation of possible patient results.
The values determined for this specimen are placed on the chart to indicate the approximate risk associated with the particular concentrations. Increased risk is to the right of center; decreased risk, to the left. Relative supersaturation calculated for calcium oxalate, calcium hydrogen phosphate (brushite) and uric acid calculi is displayed. Relative risk increases from the middle to the right side of this chart.
Per 24h calculations are provided to aid interpretation for collections with a duration of 24 hours and an average daily urine volume. For specimens with notable deviations in collection time or volume, ratios of analytes to a corresponding urine creatinine concentration may assist in result interpretation.
This test was developed and its performance characteristics determined by ARUP Laboratories. It has not been cleared or approved by the US Food and Drug Administration. This test was performed in a CLIA certified laboratory and is intended for clinical purposes.
CPT CodesThe American Medical Association Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes published in ARUP's Laboratory Test Directory are provided for informational purposes only. The codes reflect our interpretation of CPT coding requirements based upon AMA guidelines published annually. CPT codes are provided only as guidance to assist clients with billing. ARUP strongly recommends that clients confirm CPT codes with their Medicare administrative contractor, as requirements may differ. CPT coding is the sole responsibility of the billing party. ARUP Laboratories assumes no responsibility for billing errors due to reliance on the CPT codes published.
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AliasesOther names that describe the test. Synonyms.