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A diet with reduced intake - absorption of necessary nutritional elements affects the body over time. As the stores of essential amino acids, essential fats, trace elements, and vitamins are depleted, the effects begin at a cellular level in each individual organ, affecting their respective function.
The lack of nutritional elements may be due to:
Over time, the most common symptoms may be
Children can occur a delay in their development, as well as specific disorders in mental functioning. A severe lack of nutritional elements can lead children to wither with a thin body, cachectic growth, edema, enlarged liver, listlessness, and stunted growth. Deficiencies of certain vitamins can also affect bone and tissue formation.
During pregnancy, adequate nutritional support is vital for normal fetal growth and development and pregnancy stability.
A Basic Check-up is required to assess nutritional adequacy. Then, we carry out the following analyses:
Ferrum (Fe) and ferritin (Ferr) can appear at low values, in a period of malnutrition - fasting, in a lack of meat in the diet, but also in malabsorption due to drugs.
Hematopoietic vitamins, folic acid, and vitamin B12 (Vit. B12) are often low not only in oligophagous 'vegetarians' but also in older people.
The trace elements magnesium (Mg), and selenium (Se), complete the figure of the adequacy of the necessary nutritional trace elements.
White blood cells (TP), Albumin (Alb) are blood proteins, which are structural components of all organs as well as the immune system. Their lack causes obvious swelling in the legs.
We check a possible infection, loss of sugars, protein, and other metabolites. with the general urine test.
A simple blood sample is required with a 12-hour fast and with a free intake of water for the laboratory test,
To obtain the urine, a sample of the first morning urination is required
No special nutritional preparation is required the day before.
Blood sampling can be done at any time of the day (laboratory hours 7.30 a.m. – 7.30 p.m.).
EXPECTED TIME FOR THE RESULTS
The results are given on the same day.
The laboratory tests are prescribed at the EOPYY, with the participation of the examinee as defined by the referral (15%, unless otherwise stated)
Information selected - indicative with sources: Interpretation of Diagnostic Tests - J.Wallach and https://labtestsonline.org
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Edited by : Ioannis Grattisia Head of Laboratory / MSc Clinical Biochemistry - Molecular Biology
2022 - 2023
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