Heavy metals are conductive elements which have the ability to be oxidized and cationized and toxic to living organism even in tiny amounts. In fact, living organisms need small amounts of heavy metals like Iron, Cobalt, Copper, Manganese, Molybden, Selenium, Mercury and Zinc.These are necessary for some metabolic activities during the growth process. None of the other metals are necessary for living. Aluminum, Gold, Antimony, Arsenic, Barium, Bismuth, Mercury, Galium, Silver, Haphnium, Indium, Cadmium, Chrome, Lead, Nickel are toxic even in tiny amounts. Heavy metals may enter the body via respiration, digestion and skin contamination. Effects are allegenic, chemical, transport system alterations, carcinogenous and mutagenous. Aluminum, Arsenic, Cadmium, Lead, Manganese and Mercury are mostly damaging to nervous system. Nutrition and Sociologic Enviroment sometimes lead to heavy metal toxicity.
Interpretation: None of the toxic heavy metals should not be in the blood.
Sample: Arm vein Blood. Nonfasting
Working day: Wednesday
Result Time: 1 week