Long formula

Long for·mu·la

(long),
a formula for estimating from the specific gravity of a specimen of urine the approximate amount of solids in grams per liter; the last two figures of the value for specific gravity are multiplied by 2.6.
Synonym(s): Long coefficient

Long,

John H., U.S. physician, 1856-1927.
Long coefficient - Synonym(s): Long formula
Long formula - a formula for estimating from the specific gravity of a specimen of urine the approximate amount of solids in grams per liter. Synonym(s): Long coefficient
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