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WK11 phl urinalysis

Week eleven phlebotomy Urinalysis and body fluid collection

What is the first detectable analyte produced in pregnancy? HCG
The sweat chloride test is used sometimes in the diagnosis of? Cystic Fibrosis
Which of the following fluids is used to investigate the possibility of a sexual criminal charge? Seminal fluid
What fluid bathes and surrounds a fetus? Amniotic fluid
What type of urine specimen is needed to detect an infection? Clean catch
Which of the following types of specimens is most frequently collected for analysis? Urine
Ketosis is frequently detected with which of the following conditions? Diabetes mellitus
Why is a first morning urine specimen more desirable for a pregnancy test? It has the highest concentration of HCG
What is a culture and sensitivity (C&S)? This specimen requires a clean catch midstream urine collection
A clean catch specimen detects? Presence or absence of infecting organisms
Created by: blood guy