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Potential sources of error in the Gibson and Cooke method of sweat testing using gauze and filter paper as collection media as described. The absolute chloride content of gauze was higher than that of filter paper; however, the variability of chloride contents between the two was insignificant. Complete chloride elution from filter paper requires more time(More)
The chloride electrode sweat test and gravimetric chloride titration technic are compared. The two technics gave comparable mean values, ogives, equivalent points, and overlap for patients with cystic fibrosis and healthy subjects. As a single test with either technic has an unacceptable risk for false-positive or false-negative results, tests should always(More)
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