Urinary creatinine concentrations in an industrial workforce and comparison with reference values of the general population.

@article{Bader2013UrinaryCC,
  title={Urinary creatinine concentrations in an industrial workforce and comparison with reference values of the general population.},
  author={Michael Bader and Peter Messerer and Wolfgang Will},
  journal={International archives of occupational and environmental health},
  year={2013},
  volume={86 6},
  pages={673-80}
}
PURPOSE Urinary creatinine is an important parameter for the adjustment of metabolite concentrations in differently diluted urine specimens, as a reference dimension for biological limit or guidance values and as a selection criterion for spot urine samples in human biomonitoring. While the creatinine output of the general population has been well described in environmental surveys, this study focused specifically on creatinine concentrations in a large industrial workforce in order to compare… CONTINUE READING