Increasingly senior educational roles were capped by 18 years as staff development instructor in oncology, haematology and bone marrow transplant.
To conduct microbicide studies, the laboratory infrastructure requires HIV testing facilities along with the capacity to perform routine biochemistry and haematology studies as part of product safety monitoring.
In addition to your child's primary care doctor, your child should receive regular care from a hematologist (a blood specialist) or a sickle cell clinic.
Referral to a hematologist or neurologist can ensure cost-effective evaluation of the multiple coagulation-factor abnormalities and conditions that can cause embolic stroke.
He states that these findings have relevance for many areas: materials science, polymer chemistry, biophysics, protein biochemistry, and hematology .
The subjects were determined to be healthy on the basis of medical history, physical examination, urine analysis and routine biochemical and haematological tests.
Nonpulmonary end-organ dysfunction was divided into the following groups: cardiovascular, renal, hepatic, hematologic , neurologic, and gastrointestinal.
Thus far, molecular testing has found, at least, an ancillary role in most areas of the clinical laboratory including hematology , microbiology, chemistry, and immunology.
They were monitored for changes in baseline characteristics, organ function, markers of disease severity, infection, hematological markers and other laboratory tests, adverse events, and changes in vital signs.
The laboratory data evaluated in chemistry, hematology , microbiology, pathology, and cytology is an important part in diagnosing and treating a patient.