Cycle 2 – Module 1 – Lecture 4 – Laboratory tests (2h55)

In this instructive session, all the practical information you need to know on hormone lab tests is presented.

+ Serum, salivary, and 24-hour urine tests: the pros and cons of each type of tests

+ Instructions to provide to patients on how to do serum and 24-hour tests well so that the laboratory test results will provide accurate information

+ For each hormone of the 16 most important hormones: thyroid, cortisol, DHEA, aldosterone, pregnenolone, estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, melatonin, growth hormone, IGF-1, vasopressin, oxytocin, insulin, calcitonin, and parathormone the specific laboratory test or group of laboratory tests in the serum and often also in the 24-hour urine and sometimes in the saliva is presented with info on what they measure, what the optimal and deficient levels are, with often an example of a patient lab test result, etc.

+ Which cancer screening lab tests to do

+ Numerous practical information on how to interpret hormone tests in the light of their laboratory reference ranges

This course is composed of: 1 video and 1 PDF presentation.

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