‘Water Excretory Threshold’ as a Measure of Kidney Efficiency

@article{Barclay1947WaterET,
  title={‘Water Excretory Threshold’ as a Measure of Kidney Efficiency},
  author={J. A. Barclay and Richard A. Kenney and W. Trevor Cooke},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1947},
  volume={160},
  pages={432-433}
}
IN 1926 Rehberg1 suggested that the function of a kidney might be measured by the extent to which intravenously administered creatinine could be concentrated during the elaboration of the urine. He also claimed that the creatinine clearance measured quantitatively the glomerular filtrate.