Breath acetone as a potential marker in clinical practice *

@inproceedings{2017BreathAA,
  title={Breath acetone as a potential marker in clinical practice *},
  author={},
  year={2017}
}
  • Published 2017
In recent decades, two facts have changed the opinion of researchers about the function of acetone in humans. Firstly, it has turned out that acetone cannot be regarded as simply awaste product of metabolism, because there are several pathways inwhich acetone is produced or broken down. Secondly,methods have emergedmaking possible its detection in exhaled breath, thereby offering an attractive alternative to investigation of blood and urine samples. From a clinical point of view the measurement… CONTINUE READING

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