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The Oxidative stress can be measured with the FRAS 4/5 (Free Radical Analysis System) that counts with a modern system integrated of a photometer and throws a result of ROMs test in a hair test. It measures the free radicals in 30 minutes.
Oxidative stress can be measured with the FRAS 4/5 (Free Radical Analysis System) which consists of a modern integrated system of a photometer and reports a d-ROM test on a capillary blood sample. Measure free radicals in 30 minutes.
This is a test that allows to determine in blood the concentration of reactive oxygen metabolites (ROM) (hydroperoxides), which are markers of free radicals induced by oxidative damage. The test was evaluated in a conventional measurement unit called U CARR (from Carratelli pharmacy, the inventor of the test). The normal values are from 250 to 300 CARR; Above 300 U CARR there is oxidative stress.
Unit of Measurement: U. Carr 1u. Carr = 0.08 Mg H2o2/dl