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MLT cardiac

MLT Clinical Chem - Cardiac

A substrate used in lipase reactions is olive oil emulsion
With what disorder is an increase in LD-5 and LD-4 associated? Acute hepatic disease
Aspartate aminotransferase is elevated in diseases involving the heart muscle
Atherosclerosis is defined or described as Hardening of the arteries that occurs over a period of many years due in part to the abnormal accumulation of lipids
Characteristics of the ideal cardiac marker include all of the following Marker is specific for cardiac tissue versus skeletal muscle. Marker rises soon after symptoms of cardiac ischemia occur. Marker is easy, rapid, and inexpensive to measure
Enzymes that catalyze the transfer of groups other than hydrogen between compounds are classified as belonging to which enzyme class Transferases
In which liver disease is the DeRitis ratio (AST: ALT) usually less than or equal to 1 acute viral hepatits
In which of the following diseases is measurement of brain type natriuretic peptide (BNP) most useful congestive heart failure
Levels of this enzyme are useful in the diagnosis of a genetic defect, which leads to increased apnea (difficulty breathing) after surgery using succinyl choline cholinesterase
Myoglobin is a good cardiac marker because it Diffuses into the blood more quickly than CK-MB
Risk factors for the development of coronary heart disease include which of the following Hypertension, abdominal obesity, low HDL-C, high serum levels of CRP, and elevated levels of homocysteine
Serial sampling for cardiac biomarkers is defined as Drawing blood samples periodically, usually at prescribed time intervals over the course of the patient's stay
Serum lipase catalyzes Hydrolysis of triglyceride to fatty acids and glycerol
The best test for pancreatitis in the presence of mumps is A serum lipase test
The highest levels of alkaline phosphatase (ALP) are seen in Obstructive liver disease
The most sensitive indicator of alcoholic liver disease is GGT
The significance of CRP in the arterial wall is described as which of the following It predicts the severity of atherosclerosis and is able to bind to damaged membranes and lipids
Which of the following are the most common cause(s) of acute pancreatitis both Gallstones or obstructing tumor and Acute alcohol ingestion or drug use
Which of the following is a cause of hyperhomocysteinemia Deficiency of one of the B complex vitamins
What represents the correct sequence for the rise and fall of myoglobin, CK-MB, and cTnI after an AMI Myoglobin, CK-MB, cTnI
Zero order kinetics results When all of the available sites on the enzyme are saturated with substrate
These items would show an increase in alkaline phosphatase (ALP) Obstructive liver disease Rickets hemolytic anemia
Created by: Mwortman