Galactosemia – extended metabolic screening of newborns

Galactosemia is a rare genetic disease that is the result of a mutation in the genes synthesizing galactose-converting enzymes and causes an increase in the concentration of galactose in the blood within a few hours of birth.
Without treatment, complications such as:
⛔️ Impairment of physical and mental development
⛔️ neurological disorders
⛔️ Liver and kidney pathologies
⛔️ Cataract
⛔️ Ovarian dysfunction and others
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Baby Sensor is a diagnostic panel for 100+ inherited metabolic disorders that allows to detect galactosemia and more than 100 other congenital metabolic diseases in the early stages of a child's life.
The advantage of research is its simplicity! By analyzing 250 metabolites in the urine sample, we get the most accurate answer to the presence of specific pathologies. The study is conducted in children from the first 48 hours of birth to the age of 5 years.

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