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Salivary Cortisol Measurements by Mass Spectrometry
Cortisol is a hormone critical for survival in times of stress. Currently most measurements are done with blood samples. The hypothesis of this study is cortisol measured from saliva using mass spectrometry can be used to replace measurements by blood.
Stanford is currently not accepting patients for this trial.
- Other: Non intervention study
- Normal subjects
- Subjects with possible endocrine disorder
- Tracheostomy or ventilator dependent
- Gastrotomy tubed dependent or unable to eat/drink by mouth
Ages Eligible for Study
3 Years - 17 Years
Genders Eligible for Study