blood chemistry

blood chemistry,

n the determination of the chemical constituents of blood by assay in a clinical laboratory as part of a diagnostic protocol.

blood chemistry

see individual elements, solutes and physical chemical characteristics.
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The biochemical formula of mineralized compounds in the patch responds to blood chemistry to manage glucose automatically.
To detect hematologic and blood chemistry changes during the development of PDD and a possible correlation with clinical signs and the virological status, six African grey parrots (Psittacus erithacus) were infected experimentally with parrot bornavirus 4 (PaBV-4) by subcutaneous route.
It is provided in the ordinance that the free medical check-up shall include ultra sound, x-ray, eye check-up, ECG, laboratory examinations such as urinalysis, complete blood count and blood chemistry, and dental check-up such as extraction and cleaning which shall be all conducted at the Bontoc General Hospital.
A blood sample of a female snow leopard maintained at Khunjerab National Park, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan was obtained after being tranquilized with a combination of Medotomidine and Ketamine for investigation of basic hematological and blood chemistry values as baseline information.
The Piccolo Xpress chemistry analyzer provides rapid blood constituent measurements and on the spot routine multi-chemistry and electrolyte results using a small patient sample size in any treatment setting, can be operated with minimal training, performs multiple routine general chemistry tests on whole blood, serum or plasma samples, provides precise test results in 12 minutes, has a sophisticated Intelligent Quality Control system and proprietary algorithms as well as the features 31 blood chemistry tests.
Supply of an automatic instrument to conduct blood chemistry tests.
Thus, Sulyukta will receive blood chemistry analyzers, ophthalmic instruments, photoelectric colorimeters, display microscopes, thermostats, small surgical instrument kit, medical glass cabinets, dental instrument tables and others worth $80,498.
The towelettes enable quick and convenient disinfection of equipment such as glucometers and urinalysis or blood chemistry devices.
In an extensive study of blood chemistry, post-release mortality, and behavior following release of tournament-caught largemouth bass, researchers found significant changes in blood chemistry as a result of stress, and that air-exposed fish took significantly longer to regain equilibrium or to leave release sites.
2], or Isaac Newton not being able to claim ownership of the law of gravity, Prometheus cannot patent a test kit that correlates a patient's blood chemistry with the best drug doses for treatment.
Key blood chemistry markers were measured at 0, 6 and 12 weeks.
Noise is a biological stressor that affects the whole body, raises blood pressure, raises anger, anxiety, causes cardiac arrests, restlessness and frustration, transforms blood chemistry and impairs hearing, noise pollution also affects workers by causing mental fatigue, which reduces their morale, motivation and judgment, said spokesman (Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences) PIMS, Dr Waseem Khawaja.