Reply To: Urine Specific Gravity and pH

  • Cara Johnson

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    April 13, 2015 at 3:10 pm

    Well we run most of our own USG/PHs. Never had issues

    Cara Johnson RNIII, BSN, CPON(r)
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    ——Original Message——

    Hi Cara
    Thanks for your response. This may sound like a ridiculous question but does your lab realize you are using cotton balls to collect the chemo urine? That is where we ran into trouble, apparently our lab said they were never aware of the cotton ball collection method.

    Thanks for your time, Jessica