liver panel

liver panel

Lab medicine A battery of tests used to evaluate the liver's functional status and its ability to produce proteins and metabolize toxins, and detect inflammation, measuring transferases–AST, AST, γ-glutamyl transferase, alkaline phosphatase, total BR, conjugated BR, total protein, albumin, PT. See Liver function tests, Organ panel, Panel.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Clinical chemistry was further sub-divided into specialty chemicals, electrolyte panel, renal profile, thyroid function panel, lipid profile, liver panel, basic metabolic panel and more whereas molecular diagnostics are sub-divided into microarrays, DNA diagnostics, hybridization, isothermal nucleic acid amplification technology, polymerase chain reaction and more.
The clinical presentation of patients with cirrhosis, even those with severe disease, is often asymptomatic, with a completely normal or only mildly abnormal liver panel. Moreover, patients can have cirrhosis and feel well early in the course of the disease, although their quality of life may be affected.
And to cut down on the cost, he orders a triglyceride level rather than the full panel, and just one of the--aminases instead of a full liver panel.
The test segments included in this report are basic metabolic panel, electrolyte panel, liver panel, lipid profile, renal profile/kidney function panel, thyroid function panel, specialty chemical tests.
The PRC had 207 patients during this time period and 121 of these patients had a liver panel within 30 d of injury.
All of these tests can be performed at the same time and should include a liver panel, complete blood count (CBC), prothrombin time PT), and international normalized ratio (INR).4-6,13,36,41,43
Safety endpoints include frequent assessment of complete liver panel tests and changes in endometrial conditions.
She was discharged after 14 days, with slowly declining liver panel numbers, bilirubin and prothrombin time and resolution of symptoms.
These should include a liver panel, complete blood count with platelets, and prothrombin time.
Room 18 needed a chemistry panel and blood count; room 22 gets a liver panel. I put them in order by room number and pulled out orders needing special supplies.
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Next, we broke out three small panels from our general chemistry list: a metabolic panel, a liver panel, and a coronary risk evaluation panel.