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By Joel David Hubbard, Joel Hubbard

The second one variation bargains a concise evaluation of all components of medical lab technology, together with the traditional components, similar to hematology, chemistry, hemostasis, immunohematology, medical microbiology, parasitology, urinalysis and extra, in addition to lab administration, lab govt rules, and caliber coverage. A spouse site deals 35 case reports, a picture financial institution of colour pictures, and a quiz financial institution with 500 questions in certification structure.

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2. GI function tests evaluate the level of function and determine the primary cause of malabsorption syndrome. a. , severing nerves to stomach for treatment of ulcers) b. Lactose intolerance test examines whether lactose is formed normally in gastric cells. The procedure involves ingestion of a lactose cocktail followed by glucose analysis. Little or no increase in serum glucose indicates lactase deficiency. 17:19 P1: OSO LWBK192-01 LWBK192-Hubbard November 23, 2008 CHAPTER 1 Clinical Chemistry 13 D.

Other methods. Urinary proteins (for details, see Chapter 9) are analyzed by: a. Qualitative dipstick tests for proteinuria, glycosuria, and other abnormal substances in the urine that rely on color change for interpretation. b. Quantitative turbidimetric methods require that a protein precipitant is added to urine. The resulting turbidity is measured photometrically. 11. Protein disorders are the result of high or low serum protein levels or a dysfunction of the immunoglobulins. a. Hypoproteinemia can be caused by kidney disease, blood loss, malnutrition, and liver disease.

D. Hepatitis is defined as inflammation of the liver and subsequent hepatocellular damage caused by bacterial infection, drugs, toxins, or viral infections. Types of viral hepatitis include: (1) Hepatitis A (“infectious” hepatitis), also known as hepatitis A virus (HAV), is transmitted by contamination of food and water. (2) Hepatitis B (“serum” hepatitis), or hepatitis B virus (HBV), has an outer coat called the HBV surface antigen (HBsAg) that covers the HBV core antigen (HBcAg). Hepatitis B is transmitted through parenteral injection or through exchange of bodily secretions, as occurs during sexual intercourse.

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