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DUTCH Test Enhancements Q&A

Visual representation plays an important role in conveying complex information on DUTCH reports. As we strive for continuous improvement and clarity in our reports, we are excited to announce some enhancements to the DUTCH report, aimed at improving readability and providing deeper insights into the data.

In this Q&A, Dr. Smeaton will address providers’ most-asked questions about the visual updates to the DUTCH report, how report interpretation may change, and how these updates can help providers create more meaningful conversations around treatment for patients.

 

Key Moments 

  • 2:10 New report elements
  • 4:40 New estrogen metabolite ratio sliders
  • 6:35 Examples of how ratio sliders are represented in patient reports
  • 8:46 Q&A
  • 9:01 If my test is already in process, will the enhancements be reflected on my report?
  • 9:23 Will the DUTCH Cycle Mapping test be included?
  • 9:48 Why do we need to know where we fall on the spectrum?
  • 10:30 Who is the comparison group? Is it people who take the DUTCH Test?
  • 11:12 Can you tell us what the optimal ratios are?
  • 12:36 Would the comparison be with females in your age group?
  • 12:55 Are population bars age represented?
  • 13:12 How do I manage HRT according to the results?
  • 14:45 Who can I contact for questions on these enhancements?
  • 15:46 Which DUTCH Test would you recommend for fertility?
  • 17:30 Can you use DUTCH if you are on BHRT and are menopausal?
  • 19:56 How should we track hormones during perimenopause?
  • 20:59 How do you use the DUTCH Test if you’ve had a hysterectomy?
  • 22:12 When do you test an amenorrheic teen?

Please Note: The contents of this video are for educational and informational purposes only. The information is not to be interpreted as, or mistaken for, clinical advice. Please consult a medical professional or healthcare provider for medical advice, diagnoses, or treatment.

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