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Laboratory Tests

names for lab tests

Hematology studies relate to the physical properties of blood such as the number of blood cells in the specimen
White blood cells (WBC) count is a blood test that measures the number of white blood cells present in a specimen
Red blood cells (RBC) count measures the number of red blood cells
Chemistry studies relate to the study of chemical reactions that occur in the human body and are usually performed on blood or urine specimen
Urine glucose is a test performed on a urine specimen and is used to determine the amount of glucose in urine
BUN (blood urea nitrogen) is a blood kidney function
Urine studies are performed on urine specimens to diagnose and monitor urinary tract infection
Microbiology studies identify the microorganisms that cause disease and infection
Culture and sensitivity is a common study performed on almost any specimen
Created by: Mahonski Jenny Mahonski Jenny