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VD deficiency can lead to rickets, osteoporosis, chondrosis, muscle weakness, and is also associated with chronic diseases such as tumors, cardiovascular diseases, autoimmune diseases, and diabetes.
Excessive VD can lead to calcification of bone, hypercalcemia, calcium precipitation of soft tissue, and gastrointestinal dysfunction, etc. In severe cases, it can lead to calcification of blood vessels and organs, hypertension, renal failure, and kidney stones, etc.
The detection of 25-OH-VD by mass spectrometry is the internationally recognized gold standard.
The company has also developed mass spectrometry for the detection of vitamin A, E kits.
Cyclosporine A, tacrolimus, ivomus, sirolimus, etc.
Immunosuppressants inhibit the proliferation and function of cells associated with the immune response (macrophages like T cells and B cells). Their effects are nonspecific and have obvious toxic and side effects. It can lead to the decrease of immune function, the increase of pathogenic microorganism infection and the increase of tumor incidence after long-term application. In clinical examination, it is necessary to monitor the immunosuppressive concentration of organ transplant patients in real time, so as to ensure that immunosuppressive agents can reduce the damage to the organs and systems of the patients while playing their roles.
It is suitable for detection of organ transplant patients, active autoimmune patients, immunocompromised patients and tumor patients during chemotherapy.
Plasma aldosterone detection
Aldosterone is a steroid hormone that regulates the body's electrolyte balance (sodium retention and potassium discharge).
For diagnosis of primary aldosteronism, secondary aldosteronism and primary aldosteronism;
Aldosterone combined with other indicators for the diagnosis of hypertension, cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases;
Aldosterone was used in combination with other indicators to assist in the diagnosis of abnormal blood glucose regulation, cardiovascular injury, and metabolic syndrome.