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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Buthaina al Balushi, technical staff, and Dr Mohamed Essa, associate professor in the Department of Nutrition, College of Agricultural and Marine Sciences, SQU, recently authored the book titled A Quick Guide for Clinical Biochemistry under Biochemistry Research Trends category published by Nova Science Publishers, US.
We know that many excellent presentations are made at the yearly Special Interest Groups meetings, yet no clinical biochemistry or transfusion articles have appeared from the BSIG or the TSIG groups lately.
The Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition has published an extended version of the study.
26 Clinical Biochemistry parameters providing flexibility of selection from analytes
(8.) Sacks DB, Arnold M, Bakris GL, et al; National Academy of Clinical Biochemistry; and Evidence-based Laboratory Medicine Committee of the American Association for Clinical Chemistry.
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. Medical biochemistry is an essential component of the curriculum for all categories of health professionals.
* Department of Clinical Biochemistry, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel
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.
Mr Rooke started his pathology career in Carmarthenshire in 1968 before taking up a senior clinical biochemistry position in Merthyr in 1979.
The National Academy of Clinical Biochemistry has drafted Laboratory Medical Practice Guidelines for pharmacogenetic testing (www.aacc.org), which will likely expand along with the growth of this new and exciting field.

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