Determined by assessing electrolyte-liquid balance.
Chlorine (Cl) is a trace element, an electrolyte, and plays an active role in the regulation and maintenance of water and salt balance in the body. When combined with other electrolytes such as potassium and sodium, it maintains the body’s acid-base balance.
Chlorine is important for maintaining water distribution in the body.
Chlorine concentrations decrease with excessive fluid intake, prolonged vomiting, adrenal pathology, heart and kidney failure.
Chlorine concentrations increase when the body loses large amounts of water.
- It is recommended to be carried out as a prophylactic measure once a year, and periodically as prescribed by your doctor for the diagnosis of diseases and monitoring of treatment.
- The results are influenced by the medications taken and diet (supplements taken).
- The test collection requires a fasting arrival at 12:00.
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