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Week 4

Pulmonary Edema Fluid accumulation in the tissue of the lungs
Communicable Contagious. Capable of being transmitted from one person to another either directly or indirectly.
Mandate Formal order to obey certain rules and regulations.
Calibration Determination of the accuracy of an instrument.
Secretion Substance produced by the cells of a glandular organ.
Invasive Surgical procedure that requires penetration of the skin.
Cytology The study of cells and their structure.
Diagnosis Determination of a disease or condition.
Electrolyte Substances that conduct electricity and are important to maintain fluid level.
Trough Lowest level of a drug in the blood stream.
Serum Liquid portion of blood obtained after blood has been allowed to clot.
Reagents Chemical substance that detects or synthesizes other chemical substances in a chemical reaction.
Histology Study of a tissue biopsy sample for the determination of disease.
Hematology Study of blood and the blood forming tissues.
Toxicology Study of drugs that can become toxic in the body.
MSDS Material Safety Data Sheets
CLIA Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments
QNS Quantity Not Sufficient
POL Provider Office Laboratory
HRT Hormone Replacement Therapy
PPMP Provider Performed Microscopy Procedures
CDC Center for Disease Control and Prevention
FDA Federal Drug Administration
OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Administration
AMA American Medical Association
Created by: JDenning8984