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    The idea of being able to draw conclusions from the condition of the body is not new. Since blood is a very unique source of information, the BRL-Laboratory puts modern forward-looking blood diagnosis into practice. Due to its functional i.e. morphological constitution, blood can be seen as a ”liquid organ” within our organism. Through constant circulation, in a three-minute-time (circulation time) time span, it comes into contact with every single organ and region of the body. Even for the ”traditional” or ”conventional” physician, blood is not only a separate ”liquid organ” but also a source of information, and it therefore must be seen as a diagnostic medium for a multitude of physiological or pathological processes in our body.

    Blood, as a multifunctional medium for transport, covers a whole range of needs while circulating through our body:

  • Respiratory function:
    Oxygen supply for tissues, carbon dioxide removal from tissues
  • Excretory function:
    Transport to the excretory organ (metabolic sediments, toxins)
  • Regulation of the internal milieu:
    Acid-base-balance, blood-pH, homeostasis of the extra-cellular matrix
  • Transportation of nutrients and toxins:
    Nutrients and toxins reabsorbed and split by the intestine are transported to liver tissues and organs
  • Regulation of the temperature
  • Immune system
  • Communication/control mechanism:
    Transportation of hormones, cytokines etc.
  • Blood clotting.