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ASCP Case Reports Clinical Chemistry Series 2015

2015 Case Reports for Individuals

This online multi-purpose self-learning tool is offered in 8 different series covering every major area of clinical and anatomic pathology. The ASCP Clinical Chemistry Case Reports online series features 8 peer-reviewed cases on timely topics posted throughout the year. Clinical chemistry is a subspecialty in laboratory medicine that plays a key role in medical decision making for patient care. Previous cases have included specific inborn errors of metabolism; BhCG testing; BNP vs Nt-ProBNP and point-of-care creatinine testing. We welcome submissions, ideas, and suggestions for future cases.

Key Features:

  • Convenient, streamlined--Read exercises online, download them to your computer, or print them out
  • Online exam with certificates available for immediate download
  • CME and CMLE credits available
  • Fulfills requirements for MOC Part II Self-Assessment Modules (SAMs CME) as well as CMP requirements for laboratory professionals
  • Content remains available for 3 years after purchase
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  • Case Reports Clinical Chemistry 2015 Exercise 5: Highlighting Analytic Issues in the Quantitative Measurement of Urine Albumin
  • Abnormal Presence of Leucine Crystals in the Urine of a Child with Respiratory Failure: Case Reports Clinical Chemistry 2015 Exercise 6
  • Macrophage Activation Syndrome: Case Reports Clinical-Chemistry 2015 Exercise 7
  • Maternal-Infant Dyad Drug Testing :Case Reports Clinical Chemistry 2015 Exercise 8
  • List Price: $149.00 USD

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Case history with discussion (8 in total) and, when appropriate, laboratory data, differential diagnosis, pertinent references, digital images, and illustrative tables and figures. CME/SAM questions allow readers to synthesize what they have read and obtain credit for participating...

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