Samheiti: Arsenik, Arsen, As
Sřnataka, geymsla og sřnasending
Ger sřnis :
EDTA-blˇ ea heparÝn-blˇ. Einnig mŠlt Ý ■vagi.
Sřni teki Ý glas (inniheldur EDTA) me fjˇlublßum tappa ßn gels (sv÷rt mija) ea Ý glas (inniheldur LiHeparin) me grŠnum tappa (sv÷rt mija) . Litakˇi samkvŠmt Greiner
Ekki skilja niur
4 mL blˇ ( ea 10 mL ■vag)
Geymsla sřnis: Ekki frysta.
Sřnasending: Sent ˙t ˇfrosi.
Analysen Arsen (Blut)
Material Heparin-Blut oder EDTA-Blut, 5 mL
Urin, 10 mL Spontanurin
|Referenzbereich ||[μg/L] |
|Blut ||< 10 |
|Urin ||< 31 |
Arsenic is a natural component of the earth’s crust and is widely distributed throughout the environment in the air, water and land. It is highly toxic in its inorganic form.
People are exposed to elevated levels of inorganic arsenic through drinking contaminated water, using contaminated water in food preparation and irrigation of food crops, industrial processes, eating contaminated food and smoking tobacco.
Long-term exposure to inorganic arsenic, mainly through drinking-water and food, can lead to chronic arsenic poisoning. Skin lesions and skin cancer are the most characteristic effects.