Urinary Fluoride Reference Values Determined by a Fluoride Ion Selective Electrode

@article{Usuda2007UrinaryFR,
  title={Urinary Fluoride Reference Values Determined by a Fluoride Ion Selective Electrode},
  author={Kan Usuda and Koichi Asaka-shi Kono and Yukari Shimbo and Michiko Fujihara and Keiichi Fujimoto and Atsuko Kawano and Rei Kono and Hiroshi Kura Tsuji and Eri Tanida and Masafumi Imanishi and Chika Fukuda and Shinichi Hino-shi Suzuki and Hiroaki Tanaka},
  journal={Biological Trace Element Research},
  year={2007},
  volume={119},
  pages={27-34}
}
As fluoride has a very short half-life in the body and the major route for fluoride excretion is via the kidney, human exposure is best measured in urine, where the concentration is expected to be highest. The urinary fluoride concentrations of 167 healthy Japanese adults were determined by means of a fluoride ion selective electrode. When the results were corrected for a specific gravity ρ = 1.024 g cm−3, the histogram of urinary fluoride concentrations highly skewed toward low values with… CONTINUE READING
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