Diagnostic Test Kit for Quantitative estimation of Calcium in Human Serum/Plasma
CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE: Increased Serum Calcium levels are observed in primary Hyperparathyroidism, Hypovitaminosis D and Multiple myeloma. In addition, some neoblastic disorders of bone may be accompanied with increased Calcium levels. Decreased Serum Calcium levels are observed in Hypoparathyroidism, Tetany steattorea. (due to decreased absorption) in Nephritis (due to loss of protein and decreased reabsorption).