A 28 year old male presents to the ED with complaints of weakness and decreased urine output...What tests should the physician run? How are the patient samples handled and analyzed in the lab?

Work through the case study and answer a series of questions to help diagnose, analyze and interpret the test results, and provide the patient with the best possible outcomes.

Level of Instruction: Basic

Audience: Primay Care Physicians, Residents


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Course Information
Course Date:
April 20, 2017
1: Patient history: 28 y.o. male, weak and decreased urine output
2: Ordered Test
3: Controls
4: Setting the Threshold
5: Interpreting the Run
6: Patient Results
7: What Should Physician Do?
8: Monitoring in Two Different Labs
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