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Lab Test Dictionary

Urorisk Diagnostic Profile (15565Z)

Methodology

Inductively Coupled Plasma-Optical Emission, Spectrometry, Immunochemiluminometric Assay


Synonyms

Kidney Stone; Stone Analysis, Kidney

Specimen Type

Stool, Timed Collection

Performing Lab

Quest Diagnostics Valencia


Epic ID

LAB01344

Lab Test Days

6 Days a week; A.M.

Standard TAT

3-4 Days


Collection Information

Specimen Required

60 mL 24 Hour Urine and 60 mL Acid Urine

Container Type

See Below

Collection Instructions

Use only Quest 24 Hour Urine Collection Kits specific for renal stone formation diagnosis. Follw instructions in the kit. 1) Upon completion of 24 Hour collection in the large orange collection container, tighten the cap on the container and mix contents in the container vigorously for one minute. A good mix will ensure accurate test results. 2) Carefully fill the two plastic white vials with urine collected in the large orange container. The two white vials must be filled within two to four hours of completion of 24 Hour collection. Fill and cap vials one at a time. Cap both vials tightly, write patients name on each fial and place in zip-loc bags provided (do not remove absorbent sheets). 3) Complete the patient information section. 4) Submit specimen to the lab. For a high urine output (greater than 3.8L) will require more than one large container. Collect urine in the first container until it is 3/4 full an dthen begin filling second container to complete the 24 Hour collection. Carefully follow steps 1-4 for each jug and mark one as box 1 of 2 the other box 2 of 2. Note: Urine must only be collected and stored in the large orange collection container. Do not rmove sponge from theorange collection container. Do not remove wool wool from white container. Do not collect the first urination at the beginning of the 24 Hour collection. During collection process store large orange container in a cool location.


Processing Information - Lab Use Only

Transport Temperature

Refrigerate-OK/Ambient-OK

Specimen Stability

Room Temp: 10 Days; Refrigerated: 10 Days; Frozen: Unacceptable

Test Volume Required

60 mL 24 Hour Urine and 60 mL Acid Urine

Minimum Test Volume

30 mL 24 Hour Urine and 30 mL Acid Urine


Included Tests

Calcium, Oxalate, Uric Acid, Citrate, pH, Sodium, Phosphorus, Magnesium, Potassium, Creatinine, Calcium Oxalate, Brushite, Sodium Urate, Sulfate, and Total Volume


CPT Codes

82340, 82507, 82570, 83735, 83945, 83986, 84105, 84133, 84300, 84392, 84560


Revised

02-06-15

Initials

SL