biomedical test

biomedical test

A nonspecific term for any test intended to qualify or quantify a person’s or population’s health status or severity of disease. In medical and scientific parlance, a specific alternative is usually used—e.g., screening test, follow-up test, definitive test, etc.

biomedical test

A test intended to evaluate qualitative or quantitative derangements in physiology and predict impaired health due to exposure to hazardous materials
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