Some urine constituents


Some urine constituents

Table
Some urine constituents
(g/24 hours)
urea 25–30
uric acid 0.6–0.7
creatinine 1.0–1.2
hippuric acid 0.7
ammonia 0.7
amino acids 3
sodium 1–5 (NaCl 15.0)
potassium 2–4
calcium 0.2–0.3
magnesium 0.1
chloride 7
phosphate 1.7–2.5
sulfate 1.8–2.5
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