metabolic panel

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metabolic panel

An abbreviated battery of analytes—BUN, chloride, CO2, glucose, potassium, sodium—used to screen for metabolic defects.

Metabolic panels
Basic MP
CO2 (bicarbonate), chloride (blood), creatinine (blood), glucose (quantitative), potassium, sodium, urea nitrogen (quantitative).
   
Comprehensive MP
G0098 Albumin, alkaline phosphatase, bilirubin (total), calcium (total), carbon dioxide (bicarbonate), chloride (blood), creatinine (blood), glucose (quantitative), potassium (serum), protein (total), sodium (serum), transferase (AST), urea nitrogen (quantitative).

CAP
Today 5/97, p62.

metabolic panel

Lab medicine An abbreviated battery of analytes–BUN, chloride, CO2, glucose, potassium, sodium–to screen for metabolic defects. See Panel.
Metabolic panels
Basic MP G0096 CO2–bicarbonate, chloride–blood, creatinine–blood, glucose–quantitative, potassium, sodium, urea nitrogen–quantitative
Comprehensive MP Albumin, alkaline phosphatase, bilirubin–total, calcium–total, carbon dioxide–bicarbonate, chloride–blood, creatinine–blood, glucose–quantitative, potassium–serum, protein–total, sodium–serum, transferase–AST, urea nitrogen–
quantitative  
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