A drawback of IPCM is the delay during AVS due to sample transport to and from the pathology department, centrifugation, dilution (when required), and assay.
Unlike in IPCM, assessment of lateralization requires that both aldosterone and cortisol be measured precisely (and not just above a certain interval).
Additionally, IPCM, a national physician group which manages the care of patients in hospitals and other medically-related facilities, also reported that patient encounters grew 14% to nearly 2 million encounters.
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