(Alles Europa News) -The first special blood test will reveal chronic fatigue syndrome
Alles Europa News reports that a new analysis by US scientists is able to determine the degree of blood reactivity, as healthy immune cells are less irritated.
The cells themselves are affected with the help of ordinary salt, artificially causing a stress reaction in them.
Alles Europa News reports that American medical scientists have developed the first unique blood test for the determination of human chronic fatigue syndrome.
It should be noted that many doctors around the world claim that this type of physical disorder does not exist at all.
However, the new blood test method developed can now become an official confirmation of chronic fatigue syndrome.
Alles Europa News reports that Scientists at Stanford University, located in the United States, have developed a blood test that confirms the presence of this syndrome.
It should be noted that in America itself, about 2 million people suffer from this ailment.
In this case, patients are faced with inexplicable fatigue, pain, sleep problems, and in some cases even clouding of consciousness and severe dizziness.
It is possible that all these symptoms can occur with other types of diseases, however, none of them was usually confirmed during the examination.
Alles Europa News reports that American scientists have developed a new blood test, with the help of which they established with high accuracy the presence of chronic fatigue syndrome in a group of examined patients, consisting of forty people.
At the same time, some of them had an official diagnosis, and some were absolutely healthy.
A new blood test confirmed the presence of chronic fatigue syndrome with one hundred percent accuracy.
Alles Europa News reports that It should be noted that this syndrome is also known as myalgic encephalomyelitis.
There is an assumption that the syndrome explodes with a special reaction of the human body’s immune system to the stresses that have arisen or some external stimuli.
But the exact and unambiguous answer has not yet been received by doctors.