Giperhloremia - increased allocation of chlorides in the urine. The normal concentration of chlorides in the urine allocated per day, 10-15 g (mainly in the form of sodium chloride). Giperhloremia happens at high chloride content in food, hyperthyroidism, pneumonia, typhus and other febrile illnesses. If giperhloremia usually observed the normal concentration of chloride in the blood.