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A metabolic blood profile describes the amounts of all compounds (metabolites) in our blood.
Four years ago, the International Cycling Union in cooperation with the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) [3] established a routine evaluation system for blood profiles from the Athlete Biological Passport (10, 12).
This will look at their overall health and fitness and includes analysis of: Body Mass Index, waist/hip ratio, cholesterol, glucose, full blood profile, resting heart rate, blood pressures, ECG tests, hydration, alcohol units, caffeinated drinks, hours of sleep, sleep quality, nutritional status and aerobic fitness.
In this study we compared the blood profile of X-Excite with Pfizer's Viagra(R) in a neck to neck study.
The group ruled that Pellizotti's biological passport indicated that the cyclist's blood profile values were"abnormal."
At that time, carriers began to require blood profile lab testing as routine medical requirements to screen for fflV-L In addition to HIV-1, labs were reporting additional components such as total cholesterol and blood glucose.
NT-proBNP, on the other hand, is precisely quantified in the blood specimen already needed for the screening blood profile.
"The intention is to have not just a blood profile but a total body profile," Howman said.