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History of diagnosis

Historical aspects Diagnosis has been defined as the act of identifying a disease from a sign and symptom formal a few diagnostic tests we are available to assist the physician who depend on medical history observation and examination. Only recently

Diagnosis and therapeutic

Diagnosis Diagnosis is from greek words gnosis, meaning it is the act of determining the nature of a disease and distinguishing one disease from another. The diagnostic process is the method by which health professionals select one disease over another

Laboratory Reporting

After processing specimen in the laboratory it is very important that the information obtained be sent to the physician. The three are off reporting a reliability rapid and relevance. Reliability of course speak for yourself. The result should be reliable

Laboratory Reporting

After processing specimen in the laboratory it is very important that the information obtained be sent to the physician. The three are off reporting a reliability rapid and relevance. Reliability of course speak for yourself. The result should be reliable

Biosafety programme

Responsibility for safety Employer and the employee both share the responsibility for safety in a clinical medical laboratory. It is the right of the employer to provide a safe working place for it employee. Also the employee should be aware

Medical waste disposal

A proper way of disposing of medical waste Health care organisation such as hospital maternity centre clinical laboratory generate a large numbers of waste material that can be harmful to the community at large if proper precautions are not given

Biosafety levels

biosafety are categorised into four level. This level are the basis on which infectious agents assigned based on their virulence. This levels of biosafety each of it has it own guidelines approach containment level which made up of combination of

receipt of laboratory sample

Every hospital have different way of collecting laboratory sample from wards, but whatever way the hospital adopt in collecting the laboratory sample the following requirements must be adhered to; 1 the specimens container must be robust and leak proof. 2

Examination required, types of blood, and volume,

Type of Test Nature of sample Volume Microbiology Culture interstitial blood culture bottles 10ml Virus agglutination. C 10ml Vid and other theology C 10ml widal C 10ml clinical chemistry Acid phosphatase total C² 5ml Alcohol H³ 10ml Aldolase C 2.5ml

Collections and reporting of laboratory specimen

A lot of variety of difference types of sample are receive daily in a routing pathology department. as such, it is very important to observe certain details to ensure that accurate report with the minimum of delay. 1 the sample

Containment(safety method of managing infectious materials)

One of the greatest hazard in the medical laboratories is contamination with infectious material. Everyone that entered the laboratory is vulnerable 20 laboratory infection. As a result of this there is a growing concern about safety practice, procedures and facilities

specific precaution against hepatitis b virus (HBV)and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection

An injury that take place accidentally in the medical laboratory through the use of needle such as needle prick when working with the sample suspected or a known hepatitis b patient or human immunodeficiency virus patient HIV. The laboratory personnel

CHM292 practical chemistry IV physical and organic TMA2 2018 questions and answer

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GST202 fundamental of peace studies and conflict resolution TMA2 question and answer

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Chm 202 analytical chemistry 1 tma2 2018 question and answer

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BIO216 Chemistry of carbohydrate and lipid and nucleic acid TMA2 2018 question and answer

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Chm204 structure and bonding tma2 2018 question and answer

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MTH212 LINEAR ALGEBRA TMA 2 QUESTION AND ANSWER S

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Bio102 General biology Ii tma2 2018 question and answer

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Chm203 organic chemistry li TMA1 question and answer

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Chm205 in organic chemistry li tma1 question and answer

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Chm 103 introductory physical chemistry tma4 question and answer

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Study time Management

Having got the work into perspective, you need to think about how to manage your time. How much time should you spend on your studies? The official view University courses in the UK are measured in credits and each credit

Managing the work

Taking responsibility involves managing your own progress through the coursework. You are studying for your own reasons and under your own particular circumstances, with your own background in the subject, so it is up to you to work out where

TAKING CONTROL OF YOURSTUDIES

Studying at higher level is always a tough challenge, yet you can make it one of the most satisfying experiences of your life by rising to the challenge and taking control of your studies. But to do that you need

Thinking about how you learn

In order to set about your studies intelligently, you need some kind of notion of how your mind learns. It does not have to be a complicated theory, just a workable, practical understanding –enough to enable you to make choices

Introduction to Good Study Guide GST107

INVESTING IN YOURSELF Welcome to The Good Study Guide !This is an article of advice, tips and practical exercises to help you develop your study skills and get the most you can from your studies: better results, a greater sense

Investing in your own development

To be a good student you must Investing in your own development In the past education was associated with childhood. Most people expected to leave studying behind when they entered adult life. Now, however,in a rapidly changing world, none of

The challenge of studying

Why so much fuss about study skills? Surely studying is a fairly straightforward activity –you read books, attend classes and then write essays. Where is the problem? Well, perhaps it isn’t so simple … Zahra looked up again and saw

What does it take to be a skilful student

What a skilful learner are No magic tricks, or quick fixes, will make you askilful student overnight. Study skills improve gradually through picking up practical know-how, swapping ideas with other students, being creative in trying out new approaches and taking

Being a reflective learner

Being a reflective learner To become an independent learner you need to be reflective learner. B reflecting on your study experiences, you develop insight into the ways you learn. Then gradually, as your insight grows, you become able to take

Biosafety in clinical laboratory

Biosafety involves safe handling and disposal of hazardous biological materials in the laboratory This material consist of infectious agent themselves as well as often actually or potentially contaminated with them. A large numbers of laboratory workers handling such material as

Nausea and vomiting

Nausea and vomiting are common symptoms that may arise from disease of the gastrointestinal tract, including gastroenteritis or bowel obstruction from medication such as analgesic or digoxin or from nervous system disturbance such as migraine headache or motion sickness. Vomiting

Mass spectra

mass spectra (singular: mass spectrum singular) Is a record of the chemical constituent of a substance separated according to their mass and presented as a spectrum as measured using a mass spectrometer. One of these versions of this device is

Step in systematic bacteriology

Bacterial identification step The first rule in bacterial identification is that the organism must be in pure culture. A single representative colony is peak and subculture for purity and identification test are done in from the purify culture. If the

Gastric and pancreatic function test

The essential things must be known before undergoing pancreatic and gastric function test It is very necessary before we discuss the test involving the digestive and pancreatic system, you must have the understanding of the nutritional needs of the body.

hazard label

Laboratory hazards symbols and sign A hazardous substance label include a hazard warning symbol that indicates the overall label of the risk associated with using a chemical substance. On this post we are going to highlight all the hazard associated

safety in medical laboratory

Staff health Medical laboratory is one of the most dangerous environment of working so before commencing employment, prospective employee must have a medical examination or provide a statement from their own doctor that they are medically fit for the type

Treatment of pain

Pain, treatment of pain, types of pain and the effect of pain On this post we are going to discuss on pains, the causes of pain, the types of pain, and the treatment of pain. Pain is one of the

Uncertainty principle

Uncertainty principle is sometimes called indeterminacy principle. Warner Heisenberg, a German Physicist, from his experiment in year 1920s discover that the position and motion of particle wave cannot be pinned down. What its mean is that you can not find

CHM191 INTRODUCTORY PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY 1 TMA3 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

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CHM101 INTRODUCTORY INORGANIC CHEMISTRY TMA1 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS.

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CHM101 INTRODUCTORY INORGANIC CHEMISTRY TMA1 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS.

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CHM101 INTRODUCTORY INORGANIC CHEMISTRY TMA1 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS.

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CHM101 INTRODUCTORY INORGANIC CHEMISTRY TMA1 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS.

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