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(Normal range: Up to 40 μg/24 hrs (up to 0.63 mmol/ 24 hrs

Comment: Copper poisoning can occur through chronic inhalation of copper fumes and /or dusts that are typically associated with industrial work. Urine copper is elevated in Wilson’s disease, chronic active hepatitis, biliary cirrhosis, proteinuria, and rheumatoid arthritis. Decreased urinary levels are found in protein malnutrition

Sample: 24hr Urine, 5-10 ml 10% HCL