|General clinical chemistry
|Lecturers in charge:
||dr. sc. Jasna Leniček Krleža
|Course description: Introduction to Clinical Chemistry: the history and development of the profession. The preanalytical phase. Analytical procedures
clinical chemistry. Biological materials. Urinalysis: chemical, morphological; standard and
using flow cytometry.
Introduction to enzymes, enzymes. Isoenzymes. The enzyme and isoenzyme
Indicators of liver disease. Creatine kinase and
CK isoenzymes in the diagnosis of myocardial infarction.
Differences between the enzyme activity and for the mass of
the enzyme. Enzymes and isoenzymes
typical for pancreatic disease. Non-protein nitrogen compounds. Creatinine. uric
Creatinine clearance. Carbohydrates. Glucose. Lactose. Galactose. tests load
in the diagnosis of diabetes. Bilirubin.
Gall colors and bile acid. Hemoglobin. Iron and biological
important inorganic compounds. Protein carriers of iron. Electrolytes.
Lipids: cholesterol, triacylglycerols, fatty acids. Lipoproteins: structure and methods
and VLDL liporpoproteina, apoproteins. Risk and desirable lipid values and
lipoproteins. Introduction to proteins. Protein
separation techniques. Immunoassays.
Immunoassays with labeled Ag / At. Lipids and lipoproteins. Protein in the urine?
diagnosis of kidney disease. The division of the laboratory according to the level of health care,
time. The necessary equipment, support services. Laboratory of Medical Biochemistry at
the level of primary healthcare
facilities (emergency work under the ordinary laboratory work).
Specialized laboratories, the structure employed in clinical
service organization to the specifics of that process. Principles of acceptance samples.
Optimization of the analytical phase. Post-stage? critical point of each laboratory.
Interpretive located. The responsibility
of the medical staff in the process of laboratory
Search. Integration of laboratories in different health systems. consolidation
centralization versus point-of-care testing? advantages and disadvantages.
Exercises: Preparation of reagents.
Qualitative analysis of urine. Determination of calcium, inorganic
phosphorus, magnesium, copper, iron, bilirubin, total
protein, urea, uric acid,
creatinine, glucose, total lipids, triglycerides, phospholipids, cholesterol, HDL and LDLkolesterola.
Electrophoretic separation of serum proteins and lipoproteins. Determination
activity of alpha - amylase, alkaline
phosphatase, GGT, ALT / AST total activity of creatine kinase and
CK isoenzyme MB, LDH, alpha - HBDH.
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||TM Devlin: Texbook of Biochemistry with Clinical Correlation, J. Wiley & sons, New York, 2011.
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