Subject: Why do the medical staff 'always' measure substances in serum?
Date: Mon Jun 25 15:02:27 2001
Posted by Mikael
Grade level: undergrad
School: college (engineering and psychology)
City: Borås State/Province: No state entered.
Area of science: Medicine
You always hear or read about people who had this and that concentration IN
SERUM (the bloodconcentration insn´t interesting obviously).
Is this some kind of standardization-issue?
Re: Why do the medical staff 'always' measure substances in serum?
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