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Precautions for determination of glycyrrhetinic acid

seo: date:2023/12/14 13:28:00

Glycerocholic acid is one of the main components of bile acids, which is of great significance for evaluating liver function and biliary patency. When measuring glycyrrhetinic acid, the following precautions should be taken:

1. Dietary control: During the first three days of testing, avoid consuming high-fat and high cholesterol foods such as animal organs, egg yolks, cheese, etc. At the same time, it is also necessary to avoid drinking alcohol and smoking to avoid affecting the measurement results.

2. Fasting test: During the measurement of glycyrrhetinic acid, it is necessary to maintain an fasting state, usually fasting for 8-12 hours. This can ensure the accuracy of the measurement results.

3. Avoid interference: Within one week before the measurement, medication containing bile acids such as bile acid and chenodeoxycholic acid should be avoided. In addition, biliary drainage or surgery should be avoided to avoid affecting the measurement results.

4. Observing changes in the patient's condition: If the patient's condition changes, such as jaundice, abdominal pain, and other symptoms, a follow-up examination should be conducted in a timely manner to understand the progress of the condition.

5. Follow the doctor's advice: When measuring glycyrrhetinic acid, follow the doctor's advice and guidance, and follow the prescribed operating steps for the measurement. At the same time, attention should also be paid to protecting personal privacy and information security.

In summary, when conducting glycyrrhetinic acid measurement, it is necessary to pay attention to the above matters to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the measurement results. At the same time, it is also important to closely monitor changes in the condition and promptly undergo follow-up examinations and treatment.