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bloodwork

(blŭd′wûrk′)
n.
A blood test or a group of blood tests.
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As a result, regulators proposed to revoke the lab's licenses, starting 60 days after a notice of imposition, and to limit the lab's license to do bloodwork eight days after the notice.
Continued follow-up of bloodwork, bone marrow biopsies, and other blood tests post-transplant are a must to determine if the transplant was successful (McAdams & Burgunder, 2004).
In terms of preoperative bloodwork, creatinine, aspartate aminotransferase (AST) and alanine aminotransferase (ALT) levels were statistically similar (P greater than 0.
Qualifying clients can utilize Voya's Orange Pass capability, with the potential for some policies to be issued in as little as five business days without bloodwork or a medical exam.
Many vets will require or strongly suggest that pre-operative bloodwork be done to ensure that there are no imbalances or underlying conditions that could complicate surgery.
She was subjected to a battery of tests and bloodwork, and booked for an MRI; all this was part of the standard work-up for difficult-to-diagnose movement disorders.
In addition, clinicians must consider diagnostics, such as the bloodwork, imaging, or cytology that may help to diagnose a disease that may not even be on their differential list.
This protein threshold could be an important signal for researchers to use in the future--it could allow us to know from bloodwork that nesting is ending and feeding is ready to start again," Perrault said.
I might help with spinning tubes of blood or urine, testing and sending out bloodwork, or making and viewing slides under the microscope.
They played a solid set, with fans' favourites such as Bloodwork and Installing the Catheter from second studio album A Snow Capped Romance.
testing in the ANC, concurrent collection and active monitoring of baseline bloodwork and extensive participant counselling enabled some women to commence ART on the same day as diagnosis.
If you are diagnosed with Afib, consider referral to a cardiologist to discuss the underlying causes of the condition and obtain some baseline bloodwork to rule out underlying thyroid disease, and have an echocardiogram to determine if there's valvular disease or heart failure.