The New England journal of medicine, 1953-02-12, Vol.248 (7), p.295-297
SIMPLE methods for the qualitative and roughly quantitative determination of serum acetone have been known for some time.
particularly, has pointed out the value of these simple tests in the early diagnosis and treatment of diabetic acidosis. Perhaps because of their very simplicity, the tests have failed to gain the wide recognition they deserve. A limited experience with one of these simple tests is herewith reported in the hope that others may be encouraged to use it in situations in which more elaborate determinations are unavailable.
Because of its convenience the nitroprusside method has been found to serve . . .
Hematologic Tests ; Diabetes Mellitus - diagnosis ; Humans ; Acetone ; Old Medline
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