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Published in Primary Care

Journal Scan / Research · July 18, 2022

Suitability of Urine Samples Collected Using Cotton Balls for Laboratory Chemistry Analysis

The Journal of Pediatrics

 

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The Journal of Pediatrics
Use of Cotton Balls in Diapers for Collection of Urine Samples Impacts the Analysis of Routine Chemistry Tests: An Evaluation of Cotton Balls, Diapers, and Chemistry Analyzers
J Pediatr 2022 Jun 01;245(1)179-183.e8, SN Thomas, HM Stieglitz, S Hackenmueller, B Suh-Lailam, AL Pyle-Eilola

From MEDLINE®/PubMed®, a database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine.

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