Use of control sera for monitoring temperature changes during pH and pCO2 measurements.

Abstract

hydrochloride (10 mg three times a day for as long as 20 days) did not affect values for 17-hydroxycorticosteroids. In vitro data do show that there is a small increase in the apparent value for urinary 17-hydroxycorticosteroids when chlordiazepoxide or its lactam or N-despiethyl metabolite is added to urine. However, this increase does not appear to be… (More)

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@article{Manning1974UseOC, title={Use of control sera for monitoring temperature changes during pH and pCO2 measurements.}, author={John P. Manning and Dai Sasaki and Paul T Wertlake}, journal={Clinical chemistry}, year={1974}, volume={20 9}, pages={1226-8} }