chemistry panel

chemistry panel

A group of routinely performed laboratory tests that assess commonly measured electrolytes, e.g., the concentrations of sodium or potassium in the blood; kidney function, e.g., BUN or creatinine; glucose; or liver function. The term is sometimes abbreviated as CHEM7, CHEM8, or CHEM15, depending on the number of tests included in the panel. Synonym: chemistry profile
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At any time when a dog is demonstrating vague symptoms of illness, the first step is a history, physical exam, and some tests known collectively as a "minimum database," typically including a complete blood count, a chemistry panel, urinalysis, and blood pressure measurement.
Your veterinarian will likely run a chemistry panel and complete blood count (CBC) and may do x-rays.
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Labs to consider prior to performing ECT will include an EKG, blood count, chemistry panel, chest x-ray, spine films, and neuroimaging, "but those things aren't obligatory or required," he said.
This new test incorporates proprietary technology that allows SDMA to be measured on routine high throughput clinical chemistry analyzers used in its reference labs in a highly cost effective fashion and at the same rapid turnaround time as the rest of a chemistry panel, according to the company.
In general, we offer CBC and chemistry panel, whole-body radiographs, and fecal Gram's staining.
Results for complete blood count, serum chemistry panel, hepatic function tests, and inflammatory markers were within reference intervals.
Primary hyperparathyroidism (PHPT) results from inappropriate overproduction of parathyroid hormone from one or more of the parathyroid gland(s) and presents with hypercalcemia, which can be seen on a basic chemistry panel. It is the third most common endocrine disorder affecting 0.3% of the general population and 1% to 3% of postmenopausal women.
* Draw blood for a complete blood count with a differential, basic chemistry panel if this has not already been done.

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