Experience with infrared Analysis of Urinary Tract Calculi in a Clinical Laboratory
Infrared analysis (IR) using the “decision tree” system of interpretation of spectra of Oliver and Sweet1 was compared with the wet chemical analysis (WC)2 of calculi from 450 patients. Senior laboratory technicians could be rapidly taught to interpret accurately IR spectra.
KeywordsCalcium Phosphate Calcium Oxalate Potassium Bromide Infrared Analysis Calcium Oxalate Monohydrate
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