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Term:automated plasma urea analysis
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Definition:This is a method using a device designed to follow a predetermined sequence of individual operations repeatedly and essentially without external influence or control to measure the amount, level or concentration of urea, the chief nitrogenous end product of protein metabolism, in plasma, the clear liquid that separates from blood after it has clotted completely, i.e. blood from which cells and platelets have been removed.
Synonyms:xref: PMID:32084371

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  measurement method 2368
    ex vivo method 1236
      ex vivo biological fluid analysis 305
        ex vivo blood analysis 250
          blood urea analysis 0
            plasma urea analysis 0
              automated plasma urea analysis 0
                automated plasma urea nitrogen analysis 0
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