Relative composition of plasma and urine in normal men

Relative composition of plasma and urine in normal men

Table
Relative composition of plasma and urine in normal men
plasma
g/100 ml urine
g/100 ml concentration
in urine
water 90–93 95 —
protein 7–8.5 — —
urea 0.03 2 ×60
uric acid 0.002 0.03 ×15
glucose 0.1 — —
creatinine 0.001 0.1 ×100
sodium 0.32 0.6 ×2
potassium 0.02 0.15 ×7
calcium 0.01 0.015 ×1.5
magnesium 0.0025 0.01 ×4
chloride 0.37 0.6 ×2
phosphate 0.003 0.12 ×40
sulfate 0.003 0.18 ×60
ammonia 0.0001 0.05 ×500
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