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Determination of the content of important elements in the blood


Western medicine offers a number of tools that help maintain and improve results after the program. Use them - they can prove invaluable, because they will save you from unnecessary suffering. As a cardiologist, I highly appreciate blood tests, as they allow at an early stage to identify the existing in the patient's body obstacles and shortcomings that, if not eliminated, can cause serious disorders, including coronary heart disease. When these disorders are detected early, diet, exercise, supplements and detox-program are able to restore balance.
If so, why is it often that a patient with normal results of an annual blood test suddenly dies of a heart attack a few days later? Why do so many people take statins and other medications for prevention? Sometimes this happens because they and their doctors do not collect all the necessary information early enough.
Today almost every doctor, whether cardiologist or not, invites patients to check the level of cholesterol. However, there are several other basic blood tests that, if done annually, will alert you to an impending heart attack. Ask your doctor to refer you to the tests described below. A good doctor who has experience in integrative medicine will use their results to help you achieve your goal of maintaining health and youth in a toxic world.
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Determination of the content of important elements in the blood

  1. The importance of connective tissue elements, endothelial cells and cellular elements of blood in the mechanisms of inflammation
    The role of connective tissue elements in the development of the inflammatory process is extremely important. Sometimes inflammation is identified with the reaction of a histion, the structural unit of connective tissue, to the action of an alterating factor. As is known, connective tissue consists of cells, fibers and the main substance. Specific fixed cells are fibroblasts and reticular cells,
  2. Delivery of blood to the clinical and diagnostic laboratory for the determination of electrolytes, blood gases and hemostasis system
    Rules for preparing the survey, taking and storing and delivering material for research in the KDL Investigation of acid-base equilibrium and blood gases As a biomaterial for determining the acid-base equilibrium and blood gases, arterial and arterialized capillary blood are preferred. The material should be taken under anaerobic conditions to avoid gas exchange
  3. Vascular reactions. Exudation of plasma, emigration of blood elements and phagocytosis
    Exudation (from Latin exsudatio) - sweating. This component of inflammation includes a triad: a) vascular reactions and changes in blood circulation in the focus of inflammation; b) the exit of the liquid part of the blood of their vessels - actually exudation; c) emigration (from the Latin emigratio - eviction) - the yield of leukocytes in the focus of inflammation and the development of phagocytosis. The dynamics of vascular reactions and changes
  4. Oxygen content in blood
    The total oxygen content in the blood is equal to the sum of physically dissolved and oxygen bound hemoglobin. The binding of oxygen to hemoglobin never reaches a theoretical maximum, therefore it is considered that 1 g of hemoglobin can bind approximately 1.31 ml of oxygen. The oxygen content in the blood (C, from English, content - content) is expressed by the following equation: Oxygen content (in
  5. The content of hormones in the blood of women, depending on the age
    The concentration of protein and steroid hormones in the blood of healthy girls of the neutral period (0-6,5 years) {foto130} * Confidence interval of values ​​taking into account the log-normal distribution of the indices. 741 Table 2 Concentration of triple hormones of the pituitary gland, steroid hormones and thyroid hormones in the blood of healthy girls of the neutral period (0-6,5 years) {foto131}
  6. Volumetric oxygen content in arterial blood
    Ca02 in the arterial blood consists of oxygen bound to hemoglobin, and physically dissolved fraction. 1 g of Hb binds at a full saturation (Sa02 = l 00%) 1.3 ml of oxygen. The amount of physically dissolved oxygen is determined, as noted above, according to the formula: PaO2-0.03 ml 02 in 1 L of plasma. On this basis, Ca02 = (1,3-HbSa02) + (0,03-PaO2). Thus, at a level of Hb equal to 140 g / l,
  7. Measurements of voltage and blood gases content and their significance
    Oxygen tension is most often measured polarographically. Two electrodes are used: the measuring electrode (from platinum or gold) and the reference electrode, immersed in the electrolyte solution and polarized from the voltage source. In contact with the surface of a noble metal, the O2 molecules are restored. As a result, a current appears in the closed electrical circuit, which can be measured with the aid of
  8. TYPICAL FORMS OF INFLUENCE OF GLUCOSE CONTENT IN BLOOD
    These include hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia. Most often, physicians meet with hyperglycemia (blood glucose levels above 6.1 mmol / l). Hyperglycaemia (hyperglicaemia, Greek hyper - excessive increase, increase of something + Greek glykys - sweet + Greek haima - blood) arises as a result of the following factors: • Alimentary - develops at excess intake
  9. Determination of cholesterol and triglycerides in plasma
    Determining the content of cholesterol and triglycerides in plasma or serum allows us to decide which type of hyperlipidemia can be involved. Among the numerous methods for the determination of cholesterol in blood serum, the most common is the direct method, which is based on the Lieberman-Burchard reaction (Il'k's method). Clinical significance In the norm of blood cholesterol is 3.9-7.2 mmol / l.
  10. Methods for determining blood types
    Using standard serums. To determine blood groups according to the ABO system, sera I, II, III groups of two series are used with standard sera. The reaction is carried out at room temperature. The ratio of serum and erythrocytes is 10: 1. Graphic structure 2. Preparation of standard serums {foto13} {foto14} "-" - absence of agglutination, "+" - agglutination.
  11. Determination of blood type
    In 1901 Landsteiner - the blood of people is not uniform. ABC - group. In 1907 - Jan Smith - + I gr. cr. The blood group is a combination of the antigenic properties of red blood cells called agglutinogens and antibodies to them that are in the blood plasma. Depending on the combination of Ar and Am, the blood group. Alphanumeric classification: O (I), A (II), B (III), AB (IV). Complete: D, A, B, AB0.
  12. Determination of the blood group according to the ABO system
    The definition of a blood group is a simple but very important procedure. Therefore, the doctor must monitor the correctness of the study and evaluate its results. The blood group in the ABO system is determined by examining the individual's erythrocytes in hemagglutination reactions with anti-A and anti-B sera. The results of this reaction are usually confirmed by detecting "normal" anti-A and
  13. Determination of Rh-related blood
    Basic concepts There are 5 main antigens of the Rhesus system (D, C, c, E, e) in human erythrocytes, of which the most immunogenic is the D-Rh (D) antigen. The presence or absence of this antigen determines the Rh-belonging of the blood: persons having D-antigen belong to the group of Rh-positive (about 85% among the white race); persons who do not have it are
  14. DETERMINATION OF THE GENERAL CONTENT OF MINERAL SUBSTANCES (ASH)
    The total content of mineral substances in the test material is established by its ashing, that is, organic substances are burned with free air access. When carbon is burned, hydrogen and partially oxygen volatilize in the form of carbon dioxide and water vapor, and in the so-called raw ashes formed, mineral elements remain in the form of oxide compounds. The course of the determination
  15. DEFINITION OF BLOOD GROUPS
    DEFINITION OF GROUPS
  16. DETERMINATION OF THE QUANTITY OF BLOOD AND VOLUME (CAPACITY) OF HEART BLOODS
    In some cases (hypertension, plethora), it may be necessary to determine about all the blood of the corpse. However, it is technically very difficult to implement. Therefore, 3. I. Morgenstern and VA Mikhailovskii (1947) proposed measuring the blood volume of only the cavities of the heart and the largest vessels closest to it: the aorta, the pulmonary artery, the hollow and pulmonary veins. Although this method gives only a very approximate representation
  17. Determination of the content of active chlorine in chlorine-containing disinfectants
    Chlorine-containing disinfectants are considered to be usable when the content of active chlorine in them is not less than 15%. The course of the definition. A sample of chlorine-containing disinfectant with a mass of 1 g is ground in a mortar with a small amount of water, then transferred to a 100 ml flask, the water is added to 100 ml, shaken, put in a dark place for 30 minutes. For the study take a conic flat
  18. Determination of optimal conditions for animals
    4.1 Optimal parameters of the microclimate of livestock buildings The table shows the regulatory parameters of the microclimate for the age and sex groups of animals that are kept at the site. Table 7 {foto8} 4.2 Calculation of the volume of ventilation and heat balance In the cowshed there are 400 cows of which 350 dairy cows with an average live weight of 500 kg and a daily milk yield of 15 liters per day and 50
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