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Oral Boards Advocate Christ Medical Center
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Case 1 exhibit 1 WBC Hbg Hct Plt Neut Band Lymph back
Case 1 exhibit 2 Na Ca K Mg Cl HCO3 BUN Cr Glc back
Case 1 exhibit 3 ALT(21-72) AST(14-50) Alk phos(38-126) TBili( ) Amylase(20-110) Lipase(60-160) back
Case 1 exhibit 4 UA pH Sp gr Glc Ketones Protein Blood Bilirubin Leuk est Nitrite WBC RBC Bacteria back
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Case 2 CC: HR: BP: RR: Temp:
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Case 3 CC: HR: BP: RR: Pulse ox: Dexi:
Case TeachingPoints Case 1Case 2
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Case 3 exhibit 2 WBC Hgb Hct Plt Neut Lymph Mono back
Case 3 exhibit 3 Na K Cl HCO3 BUN Cr Glc Ca Mg back
Case 3 exhibit 4 ETOH ASA Acetaminophen Urine tox screen back
Case 3 exhibit 5 UA pH Sp gr Glc Ketones Blood Leuk est Nitrite WBC RBC Bacteria back
Case 3 exhibit 6 ALT(21-72) AST(14-50) Alk phos(38-126) TBili( ) PT( ) INR PTT(22-34) back
Case 3 exhibit 7 CK CKMB Index Trop back
Case 3 exhibit 8 pH pCO2 pO2 HCO3 Lactic acid back
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Critical Actions Case 1
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REFERENCE VALUES OR NORMAL VALUES GIVEN FOR ANY TEST SHOULD ONLY BE CONSIDERED? GUIDELINES.
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