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Therefore, models that measure multiple biochemical markers are warranted.
Biochemical markers of bone remodeling appear to be superior in many ways to BMD for monitoring response to osteoporosis therapy.
Even more impressive, he said, is a study that showed the biochemical markers telopeptide and deoxypyridinoline are almost as accurate as bone mineral density in predicting the relative risk of hip fracture in older women [J Bone Miner Res.
Various biochemical markers are then assessed based on this "hematologic" definition of iron-deficient states.
This limitation may be avoided by use of biochemical markers of bone turnover in the serum or urine, which can show the effects of intervention sooner.
President and CEO of Synarc commented, "Synarc strives to provide leading technical and scientific expertise in imaging and biochemical markers across diseases.
Conventional biochemical markers of alcohol abuse (7) determined in this patient were within the reference interval: [gamma]-glutamyltransferase, mean corpuscular volume, aspartate aminotransferase, alanine aminotransferase, and aspartate aminotransferase/alanine aminotransferase ratio.
The dynamics of bone metabolism are revealed noninvasively with increasing accuracy by the use of newly identified biochemical markers of bone turnover.
Old" markers have been given new life in the form of CK-MB isoforms, and we are looking for biochemical markers that will predict imminent MI instead of documenting the fact that the myocardium has suffered an ischemic injury.
To compare the performance of the biochemical markers, the ROC curves were estimated and the areas under these curves were calculated for every biochemical marker.
Much of the role of the laboratory has traditionally been associated with biochemical marker testing for diagnosis of acute MI, assessment of re-infarction or infarct extension, and estimating the quantity of infarcted tissue (infarct sizing).

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