The Oxalic Acid, Random Urine test contains 1 test with 2 biomarkers.
Patient should refrain from taking excessive amounts of ascorbic acid or oxalate-rich foods (i.e. spinach, coffee, tea, chocolate, rhubarb) for at least 48 hours prior to the collection period
Excessive oxalates in the urine may lead to oxalate kidney stones. Hyperoxaluria may be due to a rare inherited metabolic disorder in which the body produces excess of the salt oxalate leading to stone formation.