By Joel David Hubbard, Joel Hubbard
The second one version bargains a concise assessment of all components of scientific lab technology, together with the normal parts, similar to hematology, chemistry, hemostasis, immunohematology, scientific microbiology, parasitology, urinalysis and extra, in addition to lab administration, lab govt laws, and caliber coverage. A significant other site bargains 35 case experiences, a picture financial institution of colour pictures, and a quiz financial institution with 500 questions in certification layout.
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Low blood volume (as in cardiac failure) induces secretion of renin, a vasoconstrictor, from the kidney, which raises blood pressure and causes production of ADH. In turn, fluid volume is increased by the retention of sodium. (2) The renin-aldosterone system. Low blood volume induces secretion of renin, which induces production of aldosterone by the adrenal glands. In turn, kidney reabsorption of sodium and retention of water increase. b. Sodium disorders (1) Hyponatremia is low serum sodium caused by gastrointestinal loss, burns, or renal problems.
They can give up electrons). Examples include glucose and fructose. b. Oligosaccharides are formed by the interaction of two monosaccharides with the loss of a water molecule and are sometimes referred to as disaccharides. Examples include maltose, lactose, and sucrose. c. Polysaccharides are formed by interactions between many units of simple sugars. Examples are starch and glycogen. 2. Carbohydrate metabolism begins in the mouth. a. Salivary amylase breaks down ingested starches into disaccharides, and these are further broken down into monosaccharides by disaccharides and absorbed into intestinal cells.
Glucose disorders depend on serum glucose levels. a. Hyperglycemia occurs when the fasting blood sugar level rises higher than 110 mg/dL due to a pathologic disorder, such as diabetes mellitus or liver failure. b. Hypoglycemia occurs when the fasting blood glucose level is <70 mg/dL. This typically occurs as a result of hormone deficiency, drug reaction, insulin excess (as in insulinoma), or a genetic disorder. c. Glycosuria (sugar in the urine) occurs when the renal threshold for glucose is exceeded (160–180 mg/dL) during hyperglycemia.
A Concise Review of Clinical Laboratory Science, 2nd Edition by Joel David Hubbard, Joel Hubbard