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Webinar: Dexamethasone in clinical analytics

Assessing adrenal gland function is essential in detecting various diseases and disorders. While chemiluminescence immunoassay (CLIA) is widely used, it presents certain limitations.

In this webinar, Dr. Federico Ponzetto from the University of Turin's Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism introduces a refined protocol that enhances the detection of parameters relevant to assessing the adrenal gland function using LC-MS/MS technology. This method allows for the simultaneous quantification of cortisol, cortisone, dexamethasone, and six other corticosteroids, offering a comprehensive and accurate approach that surpasses traditional methods.

Key highlights include:

  • A detailed dexamethasone testing protocol.
  • Comparative insights between traditional and advanced diagnostic techniques.
  • The additional value of the commercially available Steroid Panel LC-MS kit (30191875)  for the reliable and reproducible testing results. 

Watch the webinar now to understand how these advancements can be integrated into your lab.


  • Product availability and regulatory status may vary across regions outside the EU depending on local country-specific registration. Consult with your Tecan associate for further information.
  • In the US the Steroid Panel LC-MS is for research use only, not for use in diagnostic procedures.

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