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MEASUREMENT METHODS - ANNOTATIONS

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Term:automated urine sodium analysis
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Definition:Method using a device designed to follow a predetermined sequence of individual operations repeatedly and essentially without external influence or control to assess the amount, proportions or properties of sodium in urine, the fluid waste product excreted by the kidneys. Sodium, the chemical element with atomic number 11 that in its ionic form has lost one electron, forming a cation with a charge of +1, is the chief cation of extracellular body fluids.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: automated urine sodium ion analysis
 related_synonym: automated urine Na+ analysis



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