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“…cortisol, testosterone, iron and transaminases, a particular problem when determining these parameters in shift workers. 22 The same issue applies to add-on requests when the time a sample was taken is not likely to be considered. The mechanism of the effect of food intake on blood tests varies: constituting haemodilution effects, the release of interfering factors into the bloodstream (e.g.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
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“…cortisol, testosterone, iron and transaminases, a particular problem when determining these parameters in shift workers. 22 The same issue applies to add-on requests when the time a sample was taken is not likely to be considered. The mechanism of the effect of food intake on blood tests varies: constituting haemodilution effects, the release of interfering factors into the bloodstream (e.g.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…26 However, physicians still request complete blood count (CBC) without advising patients regarding the required fasting time. Furthermore, laboratory medicine professionals, motivated to eliminate fasting time based on their convenience, 27 must be aware that this represents more risks than benefits for patients. 28…”
Section: Discussionmentioning