Accession Number:

AD0839531

Title:

ON THE ELIMINATION OF PHOSPHORIC ACID IN URINE IN FEVERISH ILLNESSES

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Corporate Author:

ARMY BIOLOGICAL LABS FREDERICK MD

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Report Date:

1965-02-03

Pagination or Media Count:

17.0

Abstract:

The following conclusions apply to the relation of urine ingredients to each other 1 An irregular relationship prevails between nitrogen and phosphoric acid. 2 During fever the relative value of phosphoric acid is much less than in the following period. 3 Relative diminution of phosphoric acid during fever is not regular. It varies between 5.1 and 1.2 of the eliminated nitrogen. 4 Relatively the greatest amount of phosphoric acid is eliminated during the decline of fever. 5 During convalescence the amount of phosphoric acid in relation to nitrogen again diminishes. 6 The cases with short fever duration Typh. recurrens, Intermitt. show that reduction of phosphates is not caused by reduced nourishment. 7 Except for the fever period, high temperature suggests decrease and the postfebrile suggests increase in the relative value of phosphoric acid. 8 During fever there is a retention of phosphoric acid in the organism.

Subject Categories:

  • Medicine and Medical Research

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE