Clinical Biochemistry ( Free PDF )


  • History
  • Modern Biochemistry Laboratories 1. 3 points medical research
  • Evaluation of clinical procedures
  • Quality control
  • Control
  • Historical context
  • General operating system
  • Functional analysis of immunochemistry
  • Integrate processes with robots
  • Automation in certain areas of medicine
  • Anatomy of the kidneys
  • Kidney disease
  • Kidney function tests
  • Kidney disease
  • Specific kidney disease
  • Hyperuricemia and gout
  • Purine source
  • Purine catabolism and excretion
  • Hypouricemia
  • Clinical features of gout
  • Diagnosis of gout
  • Gout treatment and management
  • Fluid and electrolyte disorders
  • Water homeostasis
  • Assess fluid and electrolyte status
  • Degradation of plasma sodium
  • Degradation of plasma potassium
  • Osmolality of plasma and urine
  • Chloride and bicarbonate
  • Acid-base disorders
  • Hydrogen ion (H+) and pH
  • Acids, bases and buffers
  • Physiological role of H+
  • Thyroid disease
  • Structure of the thyroid gland
  • Thyroid hormones
  • Thyroid hormone function
  • Control of thyroid hormones
  • Thyroid dysfunction
  • Hyperthyroidism
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Laboratory tests to determine the cause of thyroid dysfunction
  • Interpretation of thyroid tests
  • Diabetes and hypoglycemia
  • Adrenal gland disease
  • Reproductive Endocrinology
  • Organic food


Modern medicine relies on laboratory studies of diseases to diagnose diseases, monitor treatment, make diagnoses, and identify targets. Clinical biochemistry is written theoretically and deals with the biochemical basis of diseases and their investigation in the laboratory.

This book aims to meet the needs of students studying medical biochemistry modules in Bachelor and Master programs in biology or biological sciences. The topics discussed are relevant for graduates entering hospital biology services as biologists or clinical scientists. The book will be valuable to biomedical scientists preparing to take professional qualification examinations leading to the Institute of Biomedical Sciences (FIBMS) Fellowship. It will also provide essential reading for clinical researchers and medical graduates preparing for postgraduate examinations in clinical pathology, such as those attending the Fellowship of the Royal College of Pathologists (FRCPath).

My colleague Dr. I would like to thank Chris Smith for his friendship and guidance over the years. I would also like to thank everyone who contributed to this book for their cooperation and advice, especially Dr. for reviewing all the chapters. I would like to thank Roy Sherwood. Mick Hoult deserves a special mention for his help with the video. It took me three years of hard work to develop clinical biochemistry, during which I tried to balance my core research, research and program management activities. Still, it was an experience and worth it because this book was dedicated to my daughter Ter Neha.

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But the path to becoming a biomedical scientist is complex: interns must not only integrate knowledge from different disciplines, but also understand and demonstrate how to apply this knowledge in a real, practical setting.

Fundamentals of Biomedical Science was written to address current issues in biomedical science and technology. It combines basic science with knowledge from laboratory applications to demonstrate how understanding the biology of disease combines with analytical methods that lead to diagnosis.

This series provides a comprehensive overview of the scientific fields that biomedical scientists can cover, from microbiology to cytopathology to transplantation science. Together with sections examining biological issues and laboratory evaluations, the general section of Biomedical Science Applications provides a foundation in the general professional and experiential skills with which any biomedical science major should be equipped. Series produced in collaboration with the Institute of Biological Sciences

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