Transferrin saturation ratio and risk of total and cardiovascular mortality in the general population.
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CitationTransferrin saturation ratio and risk of total and cardiovascular mortality in the general population. 2014, 107 (8):623-33 QJM
JournalQJM : monthly journal of the Association of Physicians
AbstractThe transferrin saturation (TSAT) ratio is a commonly used indicator of iron deficiency and iron overload in clinical practice but precise relationships with total and cardiovascular mortality are unclear.
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