Reaction Agostini

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Reaction Agostini is the name of a simplified examination for the presence of glucose in human urine.

The method consists of preparing a solution of sodium chloride and potassium oxide, adding the urine to be investigated. If there is glucose present, the solution becomes red.[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. Reaction Agostini: page 67. Grande Enciclopédia Universal - 1980 edition: publishing house Amazonas (Brazil)