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Test Compendium


Test Code

  • 8215

Test Synonym

  • EPINEPHRINE, URINE 24 HR, Catecholamines, Fract, Urine, 24 Hr

Minimum Volume

  • 4 mL

Specimen Requirements

  • Urine


  • 24 Hour Urine Container, Container- Urine


  • Refrigerated

CPT Codes

  • 82384
    *The CPT codes provided are based on AMA guidelines and are provided for informational purposes only. CPT coding is the responsibility of the billing entity. Please direct any questions regarding the CPT coding to the payer being billed.

Special Instructions

  • Include 24-hour total urine volume on the request form AND date and time collection started and finished. Note: If original container is received with pH >3, but <5, adjust pH to <3 with 6N Hall.

Additional Information

  • Instruct the patient to void at 8 AM and discard the specimen. Preservative must be added to the container prior to the start of collection. Then collect all urine including the final specimen voided at the end of the 24-hour collection period (i.e., 8 AM the next morning). Label container. Keep collection on ice. Measure and record on the request form total urine volume. Remove 20 mL aliquot. pH should be less than 5.

Specimen Stability

  • AMBIENT: 3 days REFRIGERATED: 14 days FROZEN: 30 days at 70(degrees)C