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Research Article

To Study the Biochemical Analysis of Kidney Stone by Using FTIR Spectroscopy in the Patients with Renal Calculosis.

Pawan Kumar* and Sanjita Das

Department of Pharmaceutical Technology, NIET, Knowledge Park-II, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India

*Corresponding Author:
Pawan Kumar
Department of Pharmaceutical Technology
NIET, Knowledge Park-II, Greater Noida
Uttar Pradesh, India
Mobile: +91 9891712294

Received date: 07/09/2013; Revised date: 19/09/2013; Accepted date: 02/10/2013

 

Abstract

Urolithiasis can be defined as the clinical condition where the formation of crystal aggregates in the urinary tract results in kidney stones. The presence of a kidney stone in the human body can be externalized in very different ways, it can produce no symptoms but it can be associated with several pain caused for one or some of the following symptoms: gross or microscopic hematuria, obstruction of one or both kidneys, and urinary infections. In the present study, renal stone analysed in people of Delhi by FTIR which assist the identification of the possible causes of renal stone formation and therefore with the prevention of recurrent stone formation. The result spectroscopy to determine the constituents of the stones calcium oxalate, uric acid and ammonium magnesium phosphate hexahydrate. The present study provides assistance for appropriate treatment of the patient and prevent a recurrence of stone formation in people.

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