Total protein (urine) – think about it in relation of
BP, especially in pregnancy
C reactive protein -commonly asked
male:<5 mg/L female: <4.6 mg/Lchild: <2.2mg/L
Ceruloplasmin – notice this will reduce when Wilson’s suspected,
important for DD of extrapyramidal diseases, most commonly parkinsons and
Ferritin –examine liver enzymes if elevated, and haptoglobin
Cardiac troponin T
Iron – commnly asked
male:10.6-28.3µmol/L female:6.6-26 µmol/L
Hemoglobin A1c – commonly asked
White blood cell count-commonly asked
Red blood cell count
male: 4.7-6.1T/Lfemale: 4.2-5.4 T/L
male: 135-170g/L female: 120-160 g/L
Quantitative determination of D-dimer
Protrombin time this you should check out!
Thrombin time this you should check out!
Carbamazepine- commonly aske as
: “which are the antiepileptic medications that have to be monitored by blood
concentration?” I have to mention, many students fail to answer the following
question: “does all antiepileptics have to be monitored? (blood
concentration) answer is strictly NO!