6 edition of Clinical & nursing implications of laboratory tests found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Clinical and nursing implications of laboratory tests|
|Statement||Sarko M. Tilkian, Mary Boudreau Conover, Ara G. Tilkian.|
|Contributions||Conover, Mary Boudreau, 1931-, Tilkian, Ara G., 1944-, Tilkian, Sarko M., 1936-|
|LC Classifications||RB37 .T54 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 661 p. :|
|Number of Pages||661|
|LC Control Number||95223101|
I took one star off because it is not always easy to find the lab you need in the index and you waste time trying to look up one thing by multiple names. Few drops of this centrifuged urine will be examined under a microscope. Liver disease, renal disorders, and pregnancy can also cause thrombocytopenia. Drugs that may increase BUN: Allopurinol, furosemide, indomethacin, cisplatin, methyldopa, propanolol, tetracyclines, rifampin, vancomycin, thiazide diuretics, gentamycin, carbamazepine, aminoglycosides, amphotericin B.
Other conditions that may induce hematuria include cigarette smoking, strenuous exercise, kidney problems, and trauma. A comprehensive and current book for any nurse whether a student or in practice. Shipped quickly. It also participates in the production of ATP. Decreased platelet levels, called thrombocytopenia can result from bone marrow suppression, sequestration from an enlarged spleen, increased platelet destruction seen with autoimmune syndromes or drug-induced reactionsand decreased platelet production related to infections or malignancy.
Creatinine 0. Another tip, double check the ISBN and make sure you have the right edition for the course you are taking. We want to continue this dialogue. It also plays a role in blood sugar regulation. The following are the chemical tests usually included in reagent strips: pH The pH level of the urine is related to the acid-base balance maintained by the body.
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Soft tissue calcification can be a long-term complication of chronically elevated serum phosphate levels. Davis Company; Each test is explained; its value and limitations are defined, Clinical & nursing implications of laboratory tests book clinical implications, nursing responsibilities, and patient preparation are discussed.
Author: Tilkian, Sarko M. I wouldn't say this book as a must have for nursing school but if you have some extra cash and need extra help get it. The laboratory tests are approached in the same way a clinical evaluation is made: first with a general screening panel, and then with a more in-depth evaluation of each organ system Medical books Clinical And Nursing Implications Of Laboratory Tests By Tilkian They are tied to, bound with, and tell of health or disease in the blood and tissue of a person.
It has lots of valuable information and explains diagnostic tests very well. The following are the entities measured in a microscopic examination: Red blood cells RBCs RBCs are present in the urine sample of a person with severe urinary tract infection, renal disorders, urinary tract injuries and inflammation.
Other conditions that produce ketones in the urine are diabetes mellitus, frequent vomiting, strenuous exercise, and high protein diet. Laboratory and diagnostic data must be viewed with thought and compassion, however, as well as with microscopes and machines.
Organization of the content: Time is a precious commodity. Binding: Paperback DustJacket: None Publisher: Mosby Publication Date: Payment We accept Full coverage of laboratory tests designed to meet managed and efficient health care requirements is given.
Shipped quickly. Each test is explained first in general, then with an in-depth evaluation of each organ system. The authors present a range of age- specific reference normal laboratory values for the neonatal, pediatric, adult, and older adult populations.
This book is written to help health- care providers in their understanding and interpretation of laboratory and diagnostic procedures and their outcomes. Normal range: 3. Urinalysis Urinalysis is usually done as part of routine diagnostic examinations.
When the PaCO2 is low, carbonic acid leaves the body in excessive amounts; when the PaCO2 is high, there are excessive amounts of carbonic acid in the body.
Whenever there is an elevation in serum creatinine levels, renal dysfunction is usually suspected since the kidneys are responsible for the excretion of creatinine in the body.
Whenever potassium levels are increased or decreased, the heart rhythms are affected as signified by EKG changes. Hypernatremia Monitor fluid losses and gains, and check urine specific gravity.
Specific Gravity Clinical & nursing implications of laboratory tests book gravity reflects how concentrated the urine is. On the other hand, when there are many white blood cells present in the urine, the leukocyte esterase level elevates and it could be detected in strips.
Monitor patients for muscle cramps and weakness, paresthesias, fatigue, anorexia, decreased bowel motility, and an irregular heartbeat. It should not be present in a normal urine sample but once detected, it can reflect the presence of liver diseases. Normally, there are white blood cells present in the urine, but they are so few that there is no leukocyte esterase detectable in dipstick test.
It should be mentioned that standardized information for the complexity of neonatal, pediatric, and older adult populations is difficult to document.
Examples of casts that are not typically present in the urine include leucine, cystine, and tyrosine. Accessed February 28, Normal range: 1.Know all the information nurses need to understand about different diagnostic tests and laboratory 42comusa.com about the nursing responsibilities and nursing considerations during each diagnostic procedure, indications, how to prepare your patient, your roles as a nurse, the nursing interventions and implications for each procedure, and know how to interpret the results.
Feb 01, · This nursing-focused, easy-to-read handbook provides all of the information you need to understand how tests work, interpret their results, and provide quality patient care--pre-test, intra-test, and Here's the information nurses and nursing students need to know about laboratory and diagnostic tests!4/5.
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Appendices feature critical laboratory test values and a guide to abbreviations.Implications (9th Edition) Prentice Hall Handbook of Laboratory and Diagnostic Tests with Nursing Implications (5th Edition) Wallach's Interpretation of Diagnostic Tests: Pathways to Arriving at a Clinical Diagnosis (Interpretation of Diagnostric Tests) A Manual of Laboratory and Diagnostic Tests Mosby's Manual of Diagnostic and Laboratory.A reference for any health care ebook.
Organized A to Z by test name, the book provides information on more than clinical laboratory tests in a concise, yet complete format. Charts and tables highlight vital clinical facts.