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Clinical interpretation of laboratory tests
Raymond Hamilton Goodale
|Statement||[by] Raymond H. Goodale [and] Frances K. Widmann.|
|Contributions||Widmann, Frances K., 1935- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||RB37 .G64 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 568 p.|
|Number of Pages||568|
|LC Control Number||68016813|
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Overlying this automation, to whatever extent it exists, is informatics: comprehensive software to manage the diverse functions of the modern laboratory, ranging from reagent inventory management to optimised sample workflow to sophisticated result reporting that provides ‘value-added’ clinical interpretation. A book-sized publication would Cited by: Objective Describe Common Laboratory Tests and Interpret Their Clinical Significance to the Practice of Pharmacists. Laboratory tests can provide useful information for clinicians for the diagnosis of a medical condition and for the monitoring of drug therapy (e.g., effect of an antibiotic therapy for a bacterial infection 1).As a pharmacist, laboratory values can help select the most Author: Seeba Zachariah, Kiran Kumar, Shaun Wen Huey Lee, Wai Yee Choon, Saba Naeem, Christine Leong.
Lab Tests Online is an award-winning AACC resource that helps patients to better understand the many clinical laboratory tests that play a critical role in diagnosing, monitoring, and treating a broad range of conditions, including cancer, diabetes, heart disease, infectious diseases, and more.. The web resource recently achieved a major milestone by serving its millionth visitor since. This new edition of Norbert Tietz's classic handbook presents information on common tests as well as rare and highly specialized tests and procedures - including a summary of the utility and merit of each test. Biological variables that may affect test results are discussed, and a focus is placed on reference ranges, diagnostic information, clinical interpretation of laboratory data.
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Widmann's bridges the relevant physiology and pathophysiology over to the clinical tests. This allows me to understand the 'why' behind the numbers.
It could use better graphics (I am a visual-oriented learner), and the references to the color plates within the text don't match up to the similarly numbered by: Previously available only as part of the Clinician s Guide to Laboratory Medicine package, the new 3rd edition of the Clinician s Guide to Laboratory Medicine: Pocket is now available alone.
Inside, find practical approaches to the interpretation of abnormal lab by: 8. The new edition of Widmann's Clinical Interpretation of Laboratory Tests will update the student and practitioner on the newest laboratory tests and the efficacy of those tests that have been in use in this decade.4/5(5).
Laboratory Tests Interpretation By NURSES REASEARCH PUBLICATION Continuing Education of laboratory tests and the interpretation of the results Clinical Chemistry--This section of the lab performs analyses on whole blood, serum, plasma, urine, and other biological specimens like.
Rev. of: Clinical interpretation of laboratory tests / Frances K. Widmann. cPages: Beginning with the 7th ed. () published under title: Goodale's clinical interpretation of laboratory testsPages: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Widmann, Frances K., Clinical interpretation of laboratory tests.
Philadelphia: F.A. Davis, © Sections on molecular diagnostics, cytogenetics, and laboratory management plus the emphasis on interpretation and clinical significance of laboratory tests (why a test or series of tests is being done and what the results mean for the patient) make this a valuable resource for practicing pathologists, residents, fellows, and laboratorians.4/5(4).
Interpretation of Clinical Laboratory Tests date DKA: blood glucose >mg/dL (>mmol/L) and – venous pH File Size: 78KB. Clinical chemistry is the branch of laboratory medicine that focuses primarily on molecules.
The tests in a clinical chemistry laboratory measure concentrations of biologically important ions (salts and minerals), small organic molecules and large macromolecules (primarily proteins).
See Section 6 for more detail about specific analytes. Interpretation of a laboratory result requires that the result can be related to a relevant reference value. This can be the same patient’s earlier results, if this is possible, or be done by comparing to data from a "normal" population.
In the latter case, to make use of the test result a reference area for the analysis in question must be. This chapter is designed to provide an overview of common laboratory tests used in clinical practice. The most frequently used tests such as complete blood count (CBC), electrolytes and blood chemistries, and urinalysis (UA) are provided first, followed by other clinical.
Any fourth year student in the top third of his class could have advised the publishers of this text to save their money and return the manuscript to the author. Clinical Sports Medicine Collection. F.A. Davis AT Collection. F.A. Davis PT Collection.
The Hospital Neurology Book New York, NY: Accessed MLA Citation Rosenberg E. Rosenberg E Rosenberg, Eric. "Interpretation of Common Laboratory Tests." The Hospital Neurology Book Salardini A, Biller J. Salardini A, Biller J Eds.
Arash. This is the eighth edition of a book that first appeared in However, laboratory tests have multiplied so rapidly and their interpretation has undergone such great changes that a new edition of an old and successful book is really a new book.
This is not a laboratory manual of instruction on Author: William R. Barclay. The modern clinical laboratory offers a large repertoire of tests on blood, urine, stool and body fluids.
A full service laboratory provides chemistry, immunology, hematology, microbiology, molecular diagnostics, and immunohematology tests.
More than different laboratory tests are available today for clinical use, of which, approximately. Clinical Interpretation of Laboratory Tests.
The idea of providing the clinician with a laboratory consultant in book form is a needed and useful concept. Unfortunately one is promptly disenchanted. Statements such as: "To obtain marrow specimens for examination, it is necessary to penetrate the surrounding bone" or "The normal stool is.
The author describes this book as a valuable reference work on clinical testing for clinicians, students and laboratory technologists. The book is organized as a cross index of laboratory tests by test and by pathology.
Part one treats the physiology, normal values, significance of abnormal values and descriptions of some of the laboratory. Raymond H. Goodale, Frances K. Widmann, Clinical interpretation of laboratory tests, ed 6,F. Davis Company, Philadelphia,$Author: RN Dolores Kane.
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The 3rd edition presents information on common tests as well as rare and highly specialized tests and procedures. Biological variables that may affect test results are discussed, and a focus is placed on reference ranges, diagnostic information, clinical interpretation of laboratory data, interferences, and specimen types.
Includes a section on molecular pathology, and tests have been added in.THE INTERPRETATION OF CLINICAL LABORATORY TEST RESULTS Michael Schaer, DVM, Diplomate ACVIM, ACVECC University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine With the advent of modern medical technology, the availability of hematological and serum biochemical data to the veterinary practitioner has become commonplace.
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