A formula for estimating from the specific gravity the total amount of solids in the urine; it is sufficiently accurate for clinical purposes. The estimation is made by multiplying the last two figures of the specific gravity by the factor 2.33, the product of which represents the number of grams of solids in 1000 c.c. of the urine; this must be multiplied by the number of c.c. of the urine under examination and divided by 1000 in order to obtain the correct amount of solids.
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