Mass Spectrometry in Medicine

Mass Spectrometry in the clinical laboratory has focused on drugs of abuse confirmations, new-born screening, and steroid analysis. Clinical applications of Mass Spectrometry continue to expand, and Mass Spectrometry is now being used in almost all areas of laboratory medicine. Mass Spectrometry (MS) is an analytical technique for determining the structures of unknown molecules and “fingerprint” identifications of known molecules that are present in gases, liquids, and solids. Mass Spectrometry is unsurpassed in its combination of sensitivity, specificity, and speed. Fully computerized and reliable instruments have made possible the use of this powerful tool in Clinical medicine.

  • Biological availability
  • clinical medicine
  • drug screening
  • isotopes

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