Intended for clinical chemists, hematologists, pathologists, endocrinologists, and pediatricians, this volume, previously published as Pediatric Reference Ranges, contains 250 reference ranges for children's chemistry and hematology tests
, listed alphabetically.
Serious adverse events occurred in 2% of patients; there were no deaths, no acute glaucoma, and no significant impact on hematology tests
, or on liver or kidney function, said James U.
Serious adverse events occurred in 2% of patients: there were no deaths, no acute glaucoma, and no significant impact on hematology tests
, or upon liver or kidney function, said Dr.
The tests for chemistry, a term used in its very broadest sense, are listed in alphabetical order, followed by hematology tests
listed in the same way, so it is very easy to find required information.
The overwhelming majority of hematology tests
today are CBCs ordered by primary care physicians.
Time spent waiting for other procedures (e.g., radiology and electrocardiography), other central laboratory tests, consults, and other factors usually overlapped or exceeded the time to obtain results for electrolyte and hematology tests
from the central laboratory.
Kent says his full-time staff of 18 draws about 60,000 patients a year and runs approximately 750,000 chemistry, EIA, and hematology tests