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Measurement of Water Turnover Using a Stable Isotope Technique: Calculation of Error Propagation
Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine
Water turnover may be determined with stable isotope techniques from the product of tracer dilution space and tracer elimination rate. Tracer concentrations must be measured in two body fluid samples which are separated by a sampling interval. The tracer concentration of the first sample may be charged with an error which may be due to analytical errors, incomplete tracer dilution or because the necessary steadystate assumption (water influx equals water efflux) is violated at the moment ofdoi:10.1515/cclm.19184.108.40.206 fatcat:ckd3hhzk6ndzjbvhix226a45bm