Tietz Fundamentals of Clinical Chemistry - Pageburst E-Book on VitalSource (Retail Access Card),6th Edition
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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.
I. LABORATORY PRINCIPLES
1. Introduction to Clinical Chemistry and Evidence-Based Laboratory Medicine
2. Introduction to Principles of Laboratory Analyses and Safety
3. Specimen Collection and Other Pre-Analytical Variables
II. ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES AND INSTRUMENTATION
4. Optical Techniques
5. Electrochemistry and Chemical Sensors
8. Mass Spectrometry
9. Principles of Clinical Enzymology
10. Principles of Immunochemical Techniques
11. Automation in the Clinical Laboratory
12. Point-of-Care Testing
III. LABORATORY OPERATIONS
13. Selection and Analytical Evaluation of Methods — With Statistical Techniques
14. Establishment and Use of Reference Values
15. Clinical Laboratory Informatics
16. Quality Management
17. Nucleic Acids
18. Amino Acids and Proteins
20. Tumor Markers
21. Creatinine, Uric acid, and Urea
23. Lipids, Lipoproteins, and Cardiac Risk Factors
24. Electrolytes and Blood Gases
26. Catecholamines and Serotonin
27. Vitamins and Trace Elements
28. Hemoglobin, Iron, and Bilirubin
29. Porphyrins and Disorders of Porphyrin Metabolism
30. Therapeutic Drugs
31. Clinical Toxicology
32. Toxic Metals
33. Cardiovascular Disease
34. Renal Disease
35. Disorders of Water, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Metabolism
36. Liver Disease
37. Gastric, Pancreatic, and Intestinal Diseases
38. Disorders of Bone
39. Pituitary Disorders
40. Adrenal Cortical Disorders
41. Thyroid Disorders
42. Reproductive Disorders
43. Disorders of Pregnancy
44. Newborn Screening
VI. REFERENCE INFORMATION
45. Reference Information for the Clinical Laboratory
Appendix: Review Questions
Carl A. Burtis, PhD, Health Services Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, and Clinical Professor of Pathology, University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City, UT, Edward R. Ashwood, MD, Professor of Pathology, University of Utah School of Medicine, and President and CEO, ARUP Laboratories, Salt Lake City, UT and David E. Bruns, MD, Professor of Pathology, University of Virginia School of Medicine, Director of Clinical Chemistry and Associate Director of Molecular Diagnostics, University of Virginia Health System, Charlottesville, VA, and Former Editor, Clinical Chemistry, Washington, DC