Demystifying Lab Medicine USB


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Demystifying Lab Medicine

Demystifying Lab Medicine is an exploration of the clinical application of laboratory analysis in the diagnosis and treatment of disease.
If you are new to medicine, knowing laboratory analysis is critical. It is essential to your patients’ care. You need to not only know the lab result, but the clinical correlation as well. That’s what this video provides.

Here are some of the topics we’ll cover:

  • CBC and sepsis
  • Electrolytes (sodium and potassium)
  • Acid base analysis and ABG review
  • Renal functions and glucose
  • Cardiac enzymes
  • Liver function testing and urinalysis.


Contains 4GB USB flash drive containing .pdf workbook with entire slideshow.

Also 16GB USB flash drive containing video of John Bielinski.

AAPA Credit Value:

AAPA Category 2 Credit CME


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Demystifying Lab Medicine USB

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