Samheiti: Fluoride, Fluorine, F,
Sřnataka, geymsla og sřnasending
Ger sřnis : Serum (■vag)
Sřni teki Ý serum glas me rauum tappa me geli (gul mija) ea me rauum tappa ßn gels (sv÷rt mija)
Einnig mŠlt Ý ■vagi
Magn: 2 ml serum
(■vag 20 ml )
Geymsla sřnis: KŠlir
Sřnasending: Hrasendig Ý stofurhita
Fluorid i. Urin
Materialmenge 20 ml
Referenzbereich < 1,0 mg/l
TestdurchfŘhrung 1x / Wo
Fluorid i. Serum
Materialmenge 2 ml
Referenzbereich < 30 Ág/l
therap. Bereich 100 - 300 Ág/l
TestdurchfŘhrung 1-2x / Wo
Fluoride is found naturally in soil, water, and foods. It is also produced synthetically for use in drinking water, toothpaste, mouthwashes and various chemical products.
Water authorities add fluoride to the municipal water supply, because studies have shown that adding it in areas where fluoride levels in the water are low can reduce the prevalence of tooth decay in the local population.
Tooth decay is one of the most common health problems affecting children. Many people worldwide cannot afford the cost of regular dental checks, so adding fluoride can offer savings and benefits to those who need them.
However, concerns have arisen regarding fluoride's effect on health, including problems with bones, teeth, and neurological development.