Saturday, September 21, 2019

Blood tests can detect fatal diseases

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The blood test will tell about heart disease

Blood tests can detect fatal diseases.


Note: It will be known before 40 years whether there will be heart disease or not.

          A study was done on 01 lakh people


The inflammation indicates sickness


The inflammation indicates several diseases, including cancer and heart disease. In the course of this research, we found that the diagnosis of inflammation in adolescence or shortly thereafter is directly related to the risk of death from cancer and heart disease at an early age. Inflammation is also believed to cause cancer and hardening of the arteries. This research showed that by identifying the silt present in the blood at an early age, one can find out about the danger of diseases beforehand. Presently, Dr. can find out about the death of a human being only one year ago. This research published in JAMA Pediatrics has been done only on men and hence it cannot be mentioned above for women.

What does the research say


A blood test that identifies inflammation in youth will predict the risk of heart disease and death 40 years in advance. This has been claimed in Halia's research. According to Sloan Kettering cancer researchers, measuring the silt present in the blood will allow the person to be diagnosed about 40 years ago. According to research, the swelling was identified in those who had more silt in their blood and whose blood was thicker. The risk of heart disease was found to be three times higher in such people.

Will alert patients

Through this easy blood test, doctors will be able to advise their patients to change a bad lifestyle and adopt a healthy lifestyle well in advance. In this test, it was seen how soon the red blood cells and erythrocytes present in the blood sit on the surface of the test tube. If these tubes settle down sooner than normal, there may be signs of inflammation.



Those with higher ESR have a higher risk of death


Research conducted on people between the ages of 18 and 20 found that those who had a higher erythrocytes sedimentation rate (ESR) had a 36 percent higher risk of death than others. These people were monitored for 57 years. During this period, it was found that the risk of dying of cancer and heart disease increased by 78 percent and 54 percent respectively.

               The lead researcher, Dr. Elizabeth Kantor, said, "This test will suggest patients make lifestyle changes years ago so that someone serious can be avoided." The results showed that it is necessary to make the diagnosis of inflammation seriously at an early age. The research was carried out on 1,06,120 Swedish army personnel born between 1952 and 1956. He underwent several physical and mental examinations and his blood samples were also taken. He was supervised until 1 January 2010. During this period, 4,835 participants died, of which 1105 died of cancer, 874 due to heart diseases.