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    FULL MENTAL HEALTH REPORT (24 GENES)

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    Our state-of-the-art lab tests for a curated panel of 24 genes used to inform treatment for many psychiatric conditions. The information provided by this report is designed to help clinicians make more informed treatment decisions, and to help avoid the painful process of trial and error.*

     

     

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    Includes:

    Our most comprehensive test – 24 genes

    Genetic implications for 130 mental health medications

    3 Report Summary Views for your Clinician

    Patient Level Report Access on Patient Gateway 

    Expert Consultation for Your Clinician

    Genomind® Professional PGx Rx MetaType™ Card

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    Genes We Analyze

    Each report looks at both Pharmacodynamic and Pharmacokinetic .

    Pharmacodynamic: this refers to the effect that a drug has on your body. For example, a drug might bind to a certain receptor in your brain, or you might make a certain protein that increases your risk of a drug induced rash.  These are all pharmacodynamic parameters.   

     

    Pharmacokinetic: this refers to the effect that your body has on a drug.  For example, your body can absorb and metabolize certain drugs at different speeds which can help personalize medication dosage.  These speeds are different between people and are known as pharmacokinetic parameters. 

     

    Images below are a sample of the report and do not show the full report.

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    Gene Variations Summary

    The gene variations report provides the patient genotype for each of the gene variants on our panel. The color coded genotype reflects the patients inherited alleles, or variants, at a particular location within the tested gene. The report also provides specific therapeutic guidance related to certain medications, or non-drug options like exercise  or TMS.

     

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    Gene Drug Interaction Summary

    Each patient report includes a gene-drug interaction summary. The gene-drug interaction summary provides information about how the patient’s genetic profile interacts with medications commonly used in psychiatry. This summary table lists medications in alphabetical order by generic name and drug class.

     

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    Diagnosis-Specific Summary

    Diagnosis-specific Summary Pages will provide a visual plot of drugs and augmentation strategies for a particular condition. The medication position will shift left or right based on known gene-drug interactions.

    • Alert/Caution: Drugs will shift to the left if a patient has genetic variations that may reduce efficacy, increase likelihood of side effects or alter drug metabolism/absorption.
    • Standard Options: Drugs that are not shifted indicate that there are no significant gene-drug interactions for the patient.
    • PGx Guided Options: Drugs will be shifted to the right if the patient has genetic variations that may increase likelihood of efficacy or tolerability.
     

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    Genomind Professional PGx Rx MetaType Card

    Unique to Genomind, every test comes with an Rx MetaTypeTM Card that our expert team designed. To learn more CLICK HERE

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    *Genomind Professional PGx Express™ FULL Mental Health Report™ is intended to provide genetic information to healthcare professionals which may aid in the selection of appropriate medications for individuals with mental illness and other brain disorders. This 24 gene report is designed to be adjunctive to a complete patient assessment, including but not limited to proper diagnosis, clinical history, assessment of concomitant co-morbidities and medications, family history, and other factors. Additional information may be found by consulting the Prescribing Information of various FDA-approved medications, or other relevant resources such as the FDA’s Table of Pharmacogenomic Biomarkers in Drug Labeling.