Corpus ID: 31505550

Lack of interference of icodextrin on creatinine measurements.

@article{Burke1999LackOI,
  title={Lack of interference of icodextrin on creatinine measurements.},
  author={R. A. Burke and G. Hughes and J. Moberly},
  journal={Advances in peritoneal dialysis. Conference on Peritoneal Dialysis},
  year={1999},
  volume={15},
  pages={
          234-7
        }
}
Glucose has been reported to interfere in the analysis of creatinine by the Jaffe method. The potential interference of icodextrin and its primary metabolites (maltose, maltotriose, maltotetraose) on creatinine measurements has not previously been addressed. We evaluated the potential interference of icodextrin and its metabolites at various concentrations using both the Jaffe and Creatinine Plus methods. Interference was determined in samples containing 0.6-20 mg/dL creatinine in saline… Expand
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