Clinical Laboratory Chemistry by Robert SunheimerClinical Laboratory Chemistry by Robert Sunheimer

Clinical Laboratory Chemistry

byRobert Sunheimer, Linda Graves

Hardcover | July 22, 2010

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Clinical Laboratory Chemistry is a part of Pearson’s Clinical Laboratory Science series of books, which is designed to balance theory and application in an engaging and useful way. Readable and up-to-date, this book concentrates on clinically significant analytes professionals are likely to encounter in the lab. Highly detailed technical information and real-life case studies help learners envision themselves as members of the health care team—providing the laboratory services specific to chemistry that assist in patient care.  Its fundamental approach and special features allow students to analyze and synthesize information, and better understand the ever-evolving nature of clinical chemistry. Special features in this book include:
  • Key terms alert
  • A Case-in-Point chapter openers highlight actual medical cases or situations that can occur in a clinical laboratory
  • What’s Ahead bulleted summaries identify the main topics or issues the reader should focus on
  • Checkpoints allow readers to reflect on the material and answer questions or apply information covered in that section
  • A Summary concludes each chapter and provides material for review
  • Two levels of Review Questions
  • Title:Clinical Laboratory ChemistryFormat:HardcoverDimensions:688 pages, 10.8 × 8.7 × 1.2 inPublished:July 22, 2010Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

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    ISBN - 10:0131721712

    ISBN - 13:9780131721715

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    Table of Contents

    SECTION I: FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES AND TECHNIQUES USED IN A CLINICAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY

    1.      Laboratory Basics

    2.      Instrumentation

    3.      Laboratory Automation

    4.      Laboratory Operations

    5.      Immunoassays

     

    SECTION II: ANALYTES

    6.      Carbohydrates

    7.      Lipids, Lipoproteins, and Cardiovascular Disease

    8.      Amino Acids and Proteins

    9.      Enzymes

    10.  Tumor Markers

    11.  Nonprotein Nitrogen and Renal Function

    12.  Body Water and Electrolyte Homeostasis

    13.  Blood Gases, pH and Acid Base Balance

    14.  Mineral and Bone Metabolism

    15.  The Endocrine System

    16.  Gastrointestinal (GI) Function

    17.  Pancreas

    18.  Cardiac Function

    19.  Liver Function

    20.  Iron, Porphyrins and Hemoglobin

    21.  Therapeutic Drug Monitoring (TDM)

    22.  Toxicology

    23.  Trace Elements

    24.  Vitamins

    25.  Molecular Diagnostics

     

    APPENDICES

     

    A.    US Customary System of Measurement of Length, Area, Liquid, and Mass

    B.    Conversions from US Customary to Metric Units

    C.    Metric Prefixes for the Basic Units of Measurement

    D    Conversion Among Different Measurements within the Metric System

    E.    Base Units of the Le Système International d’ Unitès

    F.    Derived Units of the Le Système International d’ Unitès

    G.    Common Acids and Bases Used in Laboratories

    H.    pH Values and Their Corresponding Hydrogen and Hydroxyl Molar Concentrations

    I.    Nomogram for the Determination of Body Surface Area of Children and Adults.

    J.    Body Mass Index (BMI) Table

    K.    Reference Intervals for Selected Analytes

    L.    Periodic Table of Elements

    M.    Answers to Case Study Questions

    N.    Answers to Checkpoints

    O.    Answers to Review Questions