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Key Advantages

  • Measurement of essential and toxic elements including lead, cadmium and uranium
  • Analysis by ICP-MS

 

Introduction

Whole blood element analysis is a method that assists in determining deficiencies, excesses and imbalances of essential elements as well as recent or ongoing exposure to specific toxic elements. Whole blood analysis measures total element levels that circulate extracellularly (serum/plasma) as well as intracellularly (function within blood cells). Therefore, additional testing of blood fractions or other tissues may be necessary for differential diagnosis of specific imbalances, or to assess specific dysfunctions of assimilation, transport, retention or excretion of elements.

 

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