clinical chemistry

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clin·i·cal chem·is·try

1. the chemistry of human health and disease;
2. chemistry in connection with the management of patients, as in a hospital laboratory.

clin·i·cal chem·is·try

(klini-kăl kemis-trē)
1. The chemistry of human health and disease.
2. Chemistry in connection with the management of patients, as in a hospital laboratory.
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Product Group 1: Test kit for the detection autoantibodies against acetylcholine, at the Laboratory of Clinical Biochemistry (LKB).
At the same time, we can see that the reduced risk is related to high vitamin C concentrations in the blood from the fruit and vegetables," said Camilla Kobylecki, a medical doctor and PhD student at the Department of Clinical Biochemistry, Herlev and Gentofte Hospital.
Khajuria specializes in the following areas: clinical biochemistry, consulting, clinical research, customer support, data analysis, immunology, hematology, laboratory medicine and management; as well as quality assurance, quality management, negotiations and the general oversight of operations throughout the laboratory.
We can see that those with the highest intake of fruit and vegetables have a 15 per cent lower risk of developing cardiovascular disease and a 20 per centlower risk of early death," said Camilla Kobylecki, medical doctor at the department of clinical biochemistry at Herlev and Gentofte Hospital in Denmark.
They are necessary for those who are going to do research in biochemistry, but for those who are medical assistants or medical technologists, something shorter and more focused on let's say clinical biochemistry is satisfactory.
Results of the research have been published in Indian Journal of Clinical Biochemistry, vol.
The SYCL Committee also interacts regularly with the AACC scientific divisions, industry leaders, fellowship training programs, the National Academy of Clinical Biochemistry, and others through various awards, presentations, programs, and educational initiatives.
The National Academy of Clinical Biochemistry Laboratory Medicine Practice Guidelines 2011 state that urine ketone measurements should not be used to diagnose or monitor the course of diabetic ketoacidosis.
US contributors in pediatric neurology, clinical biochemistry, molecular imaging, and genetic counseling present the latest research and practice in the field, in this review and reference for physicians and researchers.
The study, published in the Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition , covered 300 patients suffering from vascular diseases of the brain, heart and legs.
It is also called clinical chemistry or clinical biochemistry.
The 21 chapters presented by the authors (of Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh and the Western General Hospital in Edinburgh, Scotland) first cover requesting and interpreting tests; disturbances of water, sodium, and potassium balance; and acid-base balance and oxygen transport and are thereafter organized by disease category, with the exception of the two final chapters on therapeutic drug monitoring and chemical toxicology and clinical biochemistry in pediatrics and geriatrics.

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