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Product code: TEE10

Category: Nutrition

Comp Blood Elements (whole blood and serum elements)

£156.25

Comp Blood Elements (whole blood and serum elements)
Comp Blood Elements (whole blood and serum elements)
Comp Blood Elements (whole blood and serum elements)

Doctors Data

Product code: TEE10

Category: Nutrition

Comp Blood Elements (whole blood and serum elements)

£156.25

Analysis of toxic elements and metals in whole blood is useful for the assessment of recent or ongoing exposure but does not provide accurate information about net retention of toxic metals. Accurate assessment of essential element status can aid the determination of appropriate supplementation. The absorption, transport and metabolism of essential elements is highly regulated and inappropriate supplementation or dietary imbalances can have significant adverse health effects. For example, excess intake of zinc or molybdenum can result in copper deficiency and excess assimilation of manganese can have serious neurotoxic effects. Whole blood analysis provides the practitioner with a complete evaluation and is ideal for measuring the levels of both intracellular and extracellular circulating elements. For example, the differential analysis of some elements, such as magnesium, in both whole blood and serum can provide important clinical information about aberrant metabolism of this extremely important element that is involved in over 300 different intracellular reactions.

Analysis of toxic elements and metals in whole blood is useful for the assessment of recent or ongoing exposure but does not provide accurate information about net retention of toxic metals. Accurate assessment of essential element status can aid the determination of appropriate supplementation. The absorption, transport and metabolism of essential elements is highly regulated and inappropriate supplementation or dietary imbalances can have significant adverse health effects. For example, excess intake of zinc or molybdenum can result in copper deficiency and excess assimilation of manganese can have serious neurotoxic effects. Whole blood analysis provides the practitioner with a complete evaluation and is ideal for measuring the levels of both intracellular and extracellular circulating elements. For example, the differential analysis of some elements, such as magnesium, in both whole blood and serum can provide important clinical information about aberrant metabolism of this extremely important element that is involved in over 300 different intracellular reactions.

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