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Urine Essential Elements

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Urine Essential Elements

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Urine Essential Elements

Assessment of essential element status/wasting 

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Sample Report

Analytes Tested

Click any analyte name for additional clinical information, including reference ranges, specimen collection, stability and rejection criteria.

 

AnalyteCPTABN RequiredList PricePrompt Payment Price
Boron; urine 83018 Yes * *
Calcium; urine 83018 Yes $30 $16.36
Chromium; urine 82495 Yes $25 $13.64
Cobalt; urine 83018 Yes * *
Copper; urine 82525 Yes $10 $5.45
Iron; urine 83540 Yes $5 $2.73
Lithium; urine 83018 Yes * *
Magnesium; urine 83735 Yes $5 $2.73
Manganese; urine 83785 Yes $5 $2.73
Molybdenum; urine 83018 Yes * *
Phosphorus; urine 84105 Yes $5 $2.73
Potassium; urine 84133 Yes $5 $2.73
Selenium; urine 84255 Yes $10 $5.45
Sodium; urine 84300 Yes $5 $2.73
Strontium; urine 83018 Yes * *
Sulfur; urine 83018 Yes * *
Vanadium; urine 83018 Yes * *
Zinc; urine 84630 Yes $5 $2.73
Total $110.00 $60
 
The CPT codes listed on our website are for informational purposes only. This information is our interpretation of CPT coding requirements and may not necessarily be correct. You are advised to consult the CPT Coding Manual published by the American Medical Association. Doctor's Data, Inc. takes no responsibility for billing errors due to your use of any CPT information from our website.

Detailed Information

Many clinicians request the analysis of essential elements in urine specimens to evaluate nutritional status and the efficacy of mineral supplementation during metal detoxification therapy. Metal detoxification agents can significantly increase the excretion of specific nutrient elements such as zinc, copper, manganese and molybdenum. 

Chromium metabolism authorities suggest that 24-hour chromium excretion likely provides the best assessment of chromium status. Early indication of renal dysfunction can be gleaned from urinary wasting of essential elements such as magnesium, calcium, potassium and sodium in an unprovoked specimen.

Variability in urine volume can drastically affect the concentration of elements. To compensate for urine dilution variation, elements are expressed per unit creatinine for timed collections. For 24-hour collections, elements are reported as both units per 24 hours and units per creatinine. 

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