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How to choose the right biochemical analyzer? by TecnoMaster Topic: Analyzer
A biochemical analyzer is a laboratory equipment, which has among its functions to measure the level in blood or other body fluid, of analytes such as glucose, cholesterol, triglycerides, uric acid, proteins and enzymes.
Expected: Tuesday 28 January, 2020
How does a stethoscope work? by TecnoMaster Topic: estetoscopio
The stethoscope is an acoustic device that amplifies body noise to achieve its best perception and therefore the integration of various signs, which are mainly auscultated in the heart, lungs and abdomen and also called a stethoscope, currently the most used stethoscopes are the littmann, is an acou...
Expected: Thursday 30 January, 2020

pHmeter: Technology and accuracy

The measurement of pH (hydrogen potential) in the laboratory is one of the most important parameters that are performed for quality control and, according to specialists in the field, it is the second most important after temperature.

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How does an electrophoresis device work?

Electrophoresis is an analytical method in which a controlled electrical current is used in order to separate biomolecules according to their size to electric charge ratio, using a gelatinous matrix as the basis. When a mixture of ionized and net-charged molecules are positioned in an electric field...

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How to address thrombocytosis?

Thrombocytosis is defined as a platelet count increased by more than two standard deviations above the average (> 450,000 / mm3) and is observed in 2.3% of the population, preferably in people> 40 years.

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Hyponatremia in primary care

Hyponatremia is the most frequently observed electrolyte abnormality; its mild form is associated with cognitive deficit and falls, but in hospitalized patients it is associated with increased mortality

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Do you know what pulse oximetry is?

Pulse oximetry is a way of measuring how much oxygen your blood contains. Thanks to a small device called a pulse oximeter it is possible to measure the oxygen levels in your blood without having to prick it with a needle.

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Acute adrenal insufficiency

It is a life-threatening episode that continues to occur despite preventive interventions. New solutions are needed for this problem. The survival of patients with acute adrenal insufficiency, also called the Addisonian crisis, was prolonged as of the year 1950 by means of glucocorticoid replacement...

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Food safety, a high priority

We can define food safety as the set of conditions and measures necessary during the production, storage, distribution, and preparation of food to ensure its consumption.

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Importance of water quality in the laboratory

One of the most common reagents and considered as a universal solvent is water, therefore, it is vitally important to take care of its purity. If systematic control of the purity or quality of the water for laboratory use is maintained, the elimination of bias in the results is promoted, interferenc...

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Hyponatremia in primary care

Hyponatremia is the most frequently observed electrolyte abnormality; its mild form is associated with cognitive deficit and falls, but in hospitalized patients it is associated with increased mortality

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Do you know what is phototherapy?

Phototherapy is a technique used in the neonatology unit to decrease bilirubin levels in the newborn. It is a simple technique consisting of placing a light at a distance of 30-40 cm from the naked body surface of the newborn after placing radiopaque glasses and removing any skin cream or lotion.

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