Flashcards in Final Deck (45):
Normal fasting I blood glucose?
Prediabetes fasting blood glucose levels?
Diabetes fasting glucose levels?
OGTT diabetes number?
Diabetes A1c ?
What are type one diabetics dependent on?
When do you test for gestational diabetes?
Ketoacidosis is associated with what?
What is whippels triad?
S and S of hypoglycemia, resolution of symptoms once glucose levels rise, low plasma glucose level;
Fasting hypoglycemia number?
What is the number for postprandial hypo?
What is related to metabolic function of the liver and excretory function of the kidneys?
What is it called with elevated blood levels bun?
Nearly all mental disease will have elevated what?
What two things are Kidney function tests?
BUN and creatinine
What is a better indication for renal disease BUN or creatinine levels?
Hyperurecemia is associated with what
What is gout if the big toe called?
If it looks like its lytic mets what do you do next?
Bone scan, MR< Biopsy
If it looks like multiple myeloma what do you do next?
PEP, Skeletal survey, MR, Biopsy
Is myeloma purely blastic or lytic?
If there is bilirubin in the urine, you know its what?
Increases of______biliruben are highly specific for disease of the liver or bile ducts?
What is used to monitor treatment of metatasitc cancer of the prostate?
PSA of what indicates a high probability of cancer?
What test is used to detect liver cell dystfuntion?
Elevated GGTP and elevated ALP imply what?
GTTP is not elevated in what?
What is used for suspected coronary occlusive heat disease or suspected hepatoecllular disease ?
ALT tells you what organ is fucked up?
What is the major extracellular cation and is important for water distribution and osmotic pressure in plasma?
What is the major intracellular cation and is important to cellular metabolism and normal neuromuscular function?
What is the common cause of hypercalcemia ?
What is the MC cause of hypercalcemia in ambulatory patients?
Bones, stones, groans, and moans are associated with what?
What is the most definitive radiopgrpahic sign of HPT?
__________is virtually pathognomonic for hyperparathyroidism?
what is used for pancreatitis?
What is the most common cause of elevated lipase?
What test is specifically designed for cardiac muscle injury?
Creating phosphokinase (CPK, CK)