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Dr. Dufour
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Dr. Robert Dufour M.D., George Washington University School of Medicine/Chief, Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, Veteran Affairs Medical Center, Washington, DC discusses the benefits of osmolality in the laboratory including the ability measure bodily fluids such as plasma, urine, and stool.
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Dr. Dufour continues to discuss benefits of osmolality in monitoring patient care. Direct measurements of blood, urine and stool osmolality provides clinical information that is not available by any other means.
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