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bloodwork

(blŭd′wûrk′)
n.
A blood test or a group of blood tests.
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Q My husband recently had bloodwork done for his annual wellness check and was told he has "MGUS." He has been referred to a specialist and we've been advised not to worry--but naturally we are worried!
Two months later, the patient presented to our hospital with symptoms and bloodwork similar to his original presentation (Table 1).
Routine medical procedures, such as a child's appendectomy or the need for diagnostic bloodwork, can just as easily lead to out-of-pocket costs that prevent employees from having the cash they need to make everyday purchases.
There was no continuity in care for these patients in regards to their clinics, telehealth, or bloodwork review, as it was always a different nurse carrying out these tasks.
Bloodwork confirmed the pregnancy but US results showed no evidence of an intrauterine pregnancy.
Furthermore, having a comprehensive annual evaluation at your SCI/D center, including a check of your blood pressure, heart rate and bloodwork, is a critical function for health promotion, prevention, early identification and treatment of CAD.
A venous blood gas (VBG) and standard sepsis bloodwork (including blood cultures) were sent upon presentation.
Preoperative bloodwork revealed a leukocytosis of 15,200 cell/[micro]L; all other blood tests including CMP were within normal limits.
Data collected for each patient included demographics, indication for surgery, number of days between events (tonsillectomy and bleeds), method of tonsillectomy and for control of bleeding, transfusions, bloodwork, and consults obtained.
The BNP, a bloodwork test, is a marker for acute heart failure and its severity.
After many endless appointments and rounds of bloodwork, I met with an endocrinologist, a doctor who studies body chemistry and hormones.
The pharmacy Walgreens, which has 8,200 locations nationwide, made plans to use Theranos' bloodwork centers in all of them.