Minerals and elements in Urine

Assessment of Minerals present in urine. This test is used to monitor whether the body absorbs or detoxifies the minerals in the body. This test includes Calcium, Magnesium, Selenium, Zinc, Manganese, Vanadium, Chromium, Copper and Iron.

5,900.00 60 minutes


    Patient preparation

  • 3 days prior: Patient should discontinue all nonessential medications and dietary supplements. If not possible, specify the list of medications and supplements the patient is taking

  • 24 hrs prior: Limit water intake to a maximum of 2 liters only.
    Collect first morning void midstream clean catch urine
    Female patients should not collect urine during a menstrual period.


Minerals and elements in urine

Mineral nutrients (or dietary minerals) are the chemical elements present in all body tissues and fluids that are necessary for the maintenance of certain physicochemical processes essential to life. The human body requires minerals to convert food into energy, prevent dehydration, and regulate the functions of cardiovascular, skeletal, muscular, and nervous system.