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suPARnostic® Patient Case Stories

Patient Case 1

Healthy male, age 50, experienced over several months weight loss, reported non-well-being and did repeated standard blood tests at his doctor and at a hospital. All standard blood parameters were normal, his suPAR value was rising though and hits the critical level after approx. 6 months.
Although still labelled "healthy" by the medical system, he shortly after broke down and was admitted to ICU, and liver failure was imminent soon after. The patient did not survive and was post-mortem diagnosed with Q-fever, a tropical disease.
Recognition only one month earlier would most likely have saved his life. More elaborate and expensive tests on this patient would have revealed earlier, that he was suffering from a critical condition. 

suPARnostic® would have flagged that patient correctly early enough to save his life.