ALS offers iodine urine test by an accredited laboratory method. The test is performed by high resolution ICP-MS (ICP-SFMS) in alkali media. In addition to the actual testing ALS will also supply clients with sampling containers and sampling instructions. The analysis is accredited for urine from both human and animal origin. ALS Scandinavia also offers accredited analysis of 67 additional metals in clinical samples.

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Technical information

Parameter LOQ Standard TAT ISO 17025 accredited
I, iodine 10 µg/l 6-10 workdays Yes

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Logistics

Once the urine sampling is completed samples can be submitted to the ALS laboratory in Luleå, Sweden. For more information about transports, please click here.

Why iodine test in urine?

Iodine is excreted in urine. An insufficient intake of iodine may cause numerous IDDs, iodine deficiency disorders. Iodine deficiency is a common health problem in developing countries and may cause reduced fertility, brain damage, stunted growth of children and more.

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About ALS Scandinavia

The ALS laboratory in Luleå, Sweden is specialized in trace- and ultra-trace element analysis, speciation and isotope ratio testing. The laboratory currently houses 14 ICP-SFMS instruments. Not only does this assure a solid backup capacity; by assigning each instrument to specific sample types we minimize risks for inter-sample contamination and are able to offer the best possible LOQs for different sample matrices.

Quality at the laboratory

  • ISO 17025 accreditation
  • GMP certificate
  • GLP statement of compliance
  • About 200 client–specific analytical methods successfully validated