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Häser formula

Pronunciation: has'er

Definition: a formula to determine the number of grams of urinary solids per liter, obtained by multiplying 2.33 by the last two figures of the specific gravity of the urine.

Synonym(s): Christison formula, Trapp formula, Trapp-Häser formula

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