Tietz fundamentals of clinical chemistry, CP Price, PM Bossuyt, DE Bruns

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Content: Tietz Fundamentals of Clinical Chemistry ISBN: 9780721638652
Table of Contents: PART I. LABORATORY PRINCIPLES Introduction to Clinical Chemistry and EvidenceBased Laboratory Medicine Christopher P. Price Patrick M.M. Bossuyt David E. Bruns Concepts, Definitions, and Relationships evidence-based medicine What Is It? Evidence-Based Medicine and Laboratory Medicine information needs in Evidence-Based Laboratory Medicine Characterization of diagnostic accuracy of Tests Outcomes Studies Systematic Reviews of Diagnostic Tests Economic Evaluations of Diagnostic Testing Clinical practice guidelines Clinical Audit Applying the Principles of Evidence-Based Laboratory Medicine in Routine Practice Introduction to Principles of Laboratory Analyses and Safety
1 (63) 1 (18) 2 (1) 2 (1) 3 (1) 4 (1) 4 (2) 6 (3) 9 (2) 11 (2) 13 (3) 16 (1) 17 (2) 19 (23)
Edward W. Bermes, Jr. Stephen E. Kahn Donald S. Young Concept of Solute and Solvent Units of Measurement Chemicals and Reference Materials Basic Techniques and Procedures Safety Specimen Collection and Other Preanalytical Variables Donald S. Young Edward W. Bermes Doris M. Haverstick Specimen Collection Handling of Specimens for Analysis Other Preanalytical Variables Normal Biological Variability PART II. ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES AND INSTRUMENTATION Optical Techniques L.J. Kricka Jason Y. Park Photometry and Spectrophotometry Instrumentation Reflectance Photometry Flame Emission Spectrophotometry Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry Fluorometry Phosphorimetry Luminometry Nephelometry and Turbidimetry Electrochemistry and Chemical Sensors Paul D'orazio Mark E. Meyerhoff Potentiometry
20 (1) 21 (1) 22 (2) 24 (10) 34 (8) 42 (21) 42 (9) 51 (1) 52 (9) 61 (2) 63 (138) 63 (21) 64 (2) 66 (5) 71 (1) 71 (1) 71 (1) 72 (7) 79 (1) 79 (1) 80 (4) 84 (18) 85 (6)
Voltammetry/Amperometry Conductometry Coulometry Optical Chemical Sensors Biosensors Electrophoresis Raymond E. Karcher James P. Landers basic concepts and Definitions Theory of Electrophoresis Description of Technique Types of Electrophoresis Technical Considerations Chromatography M. David Ullman Carl A. Burtis Basic Concepts Separation Mechanisms Resolution Planar Chromatography Column Chromatography Qualitative and Quantitative Analyses Mass Spectrometry Thomas M. Annesley Alan L. Rockwood Nicholas E. Sherman Basic Concepts and Definitions Instrumentation Clinical Applications Principles of Clinical Enzymology Renze Bais Mauro Panteghini Basic Principles Enzyme Kinetics Analytical Enzymology
91 (3) 94 (1) 95 (1) 95 (1) 96 (6) 102(10) 102(1) 102(1) 103(3) 106(4) 110(2) 112(16) 112(2) 114(2) 116(1) 117(1) 117(9) 126(2) 128(12) 128(1) 129(7) 136(4) 140(15) 141(3) 144(5) 149(6)
Principles of Immunochemical Techniques L.J. Kricka Basic Concepts and Definitions Antigen-Antibody Binding Qualitative Methods Quantitative Methods Other Immunochemical Techniques Automation in the Clinical Laboratory James C. Boyd Charles D. Hawker Basic Concepts Automation of the Analytical Processes Integrated Automation for the Clinical Laboratory Practical Considerations Other Areas of Automation Point-of-Care Testing Christopher P. Price Andrew St. John Analytical and Technological Considerations Implementation and Management Considerations PART III. LABORATORY OPERATIONS Selection and Analytical Evaluation of Methods--With Statistical Techniques Kristian Linnet James C. Boyd Method Selection Basic Statistics Basic Concepts in Relation to analytical methods Analytical Goals Method Comparison Monitoring Serial Results Traceability and Measurement Uncertainty Guidelines, Regulatory Demands, and
155(16) 155(2) 157(1) 158(3) 161(8) 169(2) 171(17) 172(1) 172(8) 180(4) 184(2) 186(2) 188(13) 189(6) 195(6) 201(62) 201(28) 202(1) 203(3) 206(5) 211(2) 213(12) 225(1) 225(3) 228(1)
Accreditation software packages Establishment and Use of Reference Values Helge Erik Solberg Establishment and Use of Reference Values Use of Reference Values Clinical Laboratory Informatics Brian R. Jackson James H. Harrison, Jr. Computing Fundamentals Laboratory information systems Information System Security quality management George G. Klee James O. Westgard Fundamentals of Total Quality Management Implementing TQM The Total Testing Process Control of Preanalytical Variables Control of Analytical Variables External quality assessment and Proficiency Testing Programs New Quality Initiatives PART IV. ANALYTES Nucleic Acids Yuk Ming Dennis Lo Rossa W.K. Chiu Noriko Kusukawa Carl T. Wittwer The Essentials Nucleic Acid Structure and Organization Nucleic Acid Physiology and Functional Regulation Nucleic Acid Sequence Variation Nucleic Acid Enzymes
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Amplification Techniques Detection Techniques Discrimination Techniques Summary amino acids and Proteins A. Myron Johnson Amino Acids Plasma Proteins Analysis of Proteins Enzymes Mauro Panteghini Renze Bais Basic Concepts Muscle Enzymes Liver Enzymes Pancreatic Enzymes Other Clinically Important Enzymes Tumor Markers Daniel W. Chan Ronald A. Booth Eleftherios P. Diamandis Cancer Past Present, and Future of Tumor Markers Clinical Applications Evaluating Clinical Utility Clinical Guidelines Analytical Methodology Enzymes Hormones Oncofetal Antigens Cytokeratins Carbohydrate Markers Blood Group Antigens Proteins Receptors and Other Tumor Markers
274(3) 277(1) 278(7) 285(1) 286(31) 286(8) 294(16) 310(7) 317(20) 317(1) 318(4) 322(8) 330(4) 334(3) 337(26) 338(1) 338(1) 339(1) 339(3) 342(1) 342(1) 342(6) 348(2) 350(2) 352(1) 353(2) 355(1) 355(2) 357(1)
Genetic Markers Miscellaneous Markers Creatinine, Urea, and Uric Acid Edmund J. Lamb Christopher P. Price Creatinine Urea Uric Acid Carbohydrates David B. Sacks Chemistry Biochemistry and Physiology Clinical Significance Analytical Methodology Lipids Lipoproteins, Apolipoproteins, and Other Cardiovascular Risk Factors Nader Rifai G. Russell Warnick Alan T. Remaley Basic Lipids Lipoproteins Apolipoproteins Metabolism of Lipoproteins Clinical Significance Analysis of Lipids, Lipoproteins, and Apolipoproteins Other Cardiac Risk Factors Electrolytes and Blood Gases Mitchell G. Scott Vicky A. LeGrys J. Stacey Klutts Electrolytes Plasma and Urine Osmolality Blood Gases and pH Hormones
358(4) 362(1) 363(10) 363(3) 366(2) 368(5) 373(29) 374(2) 376(4) 380(9) 389(13) 402(29) 403(8) 411(2) 413(1) 413(2) 415(7) 422(5) 427(4) 431(19) 432(6) 438(2) 440(10) 450(10)
Michael Kleerekoper Classification The Action of Hormones Hormone Receptors Postreceptor Actions of Hormones Clinical Disorders of Hormones Measurements of Hormones and Related Analytes Catecholamines and Serotonin Graeme Eisenhofer Thomas G. Rosano Ronald J. Whitley Chemistry, Biosynthesis, Release, and Metabolism Physiology of Catecholamine and Serotonin Systems Clinical Applications Analytical Methodology Vitamins and Trace Elements Alan Shenkin Malcolm Baines Vitamins Trace Elements Hemoglobin, Iron, and Bilirubin Trefor Higgins Ernest Beutler Basil T. Doumas Hemoglobin Iron Bilirubin Porphyrins and Disorders of Porphyrin Metabolism Allan Deacon Sharon D. Whatley George H. Elder Porphyrin and Heme Chemistry
450(1) 451(3) 454(1) 455(3) 458(1) 458(2) 460(16) 461(2) 463(3) 466(4) 470(6) 476(33) 476(20) 496(13) 509(18) 510(6) 516(4) 520(7) 527(12) 527(4)
Primary Porphyrin Disorders Abnormalities of Porphyrin Metabolism Not Caused by Porphyria Laboratory Diagnosis of Porphyria Analytical Methods Therapeutic Drugs Thomas P. Moyer Gwendolyn A. McMillin Basic Concepts Analytical Methodology Specific Drug Groups Clinical Toxicology William H. Porter Agents That Cause Cellular Hypoxia Alcohols Analgesics (Nonprescription) Anticholinergic Drugs Drugs of Abuse Ethylene Glycol Iron Organophosphate and Carbamate Insecticides Toxic Metals Thomas P. Moyer Mary F. Burritt John A. Butz Basic Concepts Specific Metals PART V. PATHOPHYSIOLOGY Cardiovascular Disease Fred S. Apple Allan S. Jaffe Anatomy and Physiology of the Heart Cardiac Disease Biochemistry of Cardiac Biomarkers Assays and Reference Intervals for Cardiac
531(2) 533(1) 534(2) 536(3) 539(23) 540(4) 544(1) 545(17) 562(41) 563(2) 565(4) 569(3) 572(2) 574(25) 599(1) 600(1) 601(2) 603(11) 603(2) 605(9) 614(222) 614(17) 615(1) 615(4) 619(2) 621(3)
Marker Proteins Clinical Logic Underlying Use of Markers of Cardiac Injury General Clinical Observations About Biomarkers Markers of Cardiac Injury in General Clinical Practice Kidney Function and Disease Michael P. Delaney Christopher P. Price Edmund J. Lamb Anatomy Kidney Function Kidney Physiology Pathophysiology of Kidney Disease Diseases of the Kidney Renal Replacement Therapy Physiology and Disorders of Water, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Metabolism J. Stacey Klutts Mitchell G. Scott Total Body Water---Volume and Distribution Electrolytes Acid-Base Physiology Conditions Associated With Abnormal Acid-Base Status and Abnormal Electrolyte Composition of the Blood Liver Disease D. Robert Dufour Anatomy of the Liver Biochemical Functions of the Liver Clinical Manifestations of Liver Disease Diseases of the Liver Diagnostic Strategy gastrointestinal diseases Peter G. Hill
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Anatomy The Digestive Process GI Regulatory Peptides Stomach, Intestinal, and Pancreatic Diseases and Disorders Disorders of Bone David B. Endres Robert K. Rude Overview of Bone and Mineral Calcium Phosphate Magnesium Hormones Regulating Mineral Metabolism Integrated Control of Mineral Metabolism Metabolic Bone Diseases Biochemical Markers of Bone Turnover Pituitary Disorders Laurence M. Demers Mary Lee Vance Hypothalamic Regulation Hormones of the Adenohypophysis Hormones of the Neurohypophysis Assessment of Anterior Pituitary Lobe Reserve Adrenal Cortical Disorders Laurence M. Demers General Steroid Chemistry Adrenocortical Steroids Hormonal Regulation---The HypothalamicPituitary-Adrenal Cortical Axis Analytical Methodology Disorders of the Adrenal Cortex Testing the functional status of the Adrenal Cortex thyroid disorders Laurence M. Demers
697(1) 698(1) 699(2) 701(10) 711(24) 712(1) 712(5) 717(2) 719(2) 721(7) 728(1) 729(2) 731(4) 735(14) 736(1) 737(8) 745(2) 747(2) 749(17) 749(2) 751(3) 754(1) 755(1) 756(7) 763(3) 766(14)
Thyroid Hormones Analytical Methodology Thyroid Dysfunction Diagnosis of Thyroid Dysfunction Reproductive Disorders Ann M. Gronowski Male Reproductive Biology Female Reproductive Biology Infertility Disorders of Pregnancy Edward R. Ashwood George J. Knight Human Pregnancy Maternal and Fetal Health Assessment Complications of Pregnancy Maternal Serum Screening for Fetal Defects Laboratory Tests Newborn Screening Marzia Pasquali Barbara G. Sawyer Basic Principles Screening Recommendations Inborn Errors of Metabolism Newborn Screening Methods Interpretation of Results PART VI. REFERENCE INFORMATION Reference Information for the Clinical Laboratory William L. Roberts Gwendolyn A. McMillin Carl A. Burtis David E. Bruns Appendix: Review Questions Glossary Index
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Summary: Publisher Summary 1 This text prepares students to become practicing laboratorians, laboratory managers and directors, or practicing pathologists. With information on improving the quality of the laboratory through evidence-based practices, the book will also be useful to current laboratory administrators. Physicians will find reference information in each chapter that will help them in planning Patient Assessment. This Sixth Edition contains a new chapter introducing clinical chemistry and evidence-based laboratory medicine, plus new chapters on newborn screening and point-of-care testing. The art program offers two-color diagrams and a few b&w photos and images. Learning features include key words, objectives, chapter reviews, and a glossary. Burtis is affiliated with Oakridge National Laboratory and the University of Utah School of Medicine. Annotation ©2008 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com) Publisher Summary 2 A condensed, student-friendly version of Tietz Textbook of Clinical Chemistry, this text uses a laboratory perspective to provide you with the chemistry fundamentals you need to work in a real-world, clinical lab. Accurate chemical structures are included to explain the key chemical features of relevant molecules. Offering complete, accurate coverage of key topics in the field, it's everything that you expect from the Tietz name! · More than 500 illustrations and easy-to-read tables help you understand and remember Key Concepts. · Key words, LEARNING OBJECTIVES, and other student-friendly features reinforce important material. · Chapter review questions are included in an appendix to test your knowledge. · A two-color design makes it easier to read and easy to find
important topics. · In-depth, reader-friendly content is appropriate for MT/CLS and MLT/CLT students and may also be used by laboratory practitioners, pathology residents, and others. · A new chapter on newborn screening discusses the basic principles, screening recommendations, inborn errors, methods, and interpretation of results. · A comprehensive glossary provides easy-to-find definitions of key terms. · An Evolve website provides regular updates of content, answers to review questions, and web links to related sites for further research and study.

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