Influence of Previous Salt Regime on Excretions of Chlorine, Sodium, and Potassium during the Chloride Concentration Test of De Wesselow.

@article{LeiterInfluenceOP,
  title={Influence of Previous Salt Regime on Excretions of Chlorine, Sodium, and Potassium during the Chloride Concentration Test of De Wesselow.},
  author={L Leiter},
  journal={The Journal of clinical investigation},
  volume={3 2},
  pages={253-65}
}
  • L Leiter
  • Published in The Journal of clinical investigation
There have been many attempts to estimate renal function from a study of urinary chloride excretion or concentration. The salt test introduced by Schlayer (1) was later discredited because of the effect of extra-renal factors. It was shown particularly by Rowntree and Fitz (2) that a previous salt-free diet placed the organism in a state of apparent salt… CONTINUE READING