Finding meaning in numbers: SDMA and creatinine
Dr Randolph M. Baral
Randolph Baral
BVSc MACVS (feline) PhD
Duration: 1:11:37
Wednesday, 22 July 2020
Topic/s: clinical pathology
We tend to think of our blood biochemistry or haematology as results as discrete numbers but, in reality, each individual result such as creatinine = 160 ┬Ámol/L represents a range of possible results.
How wide is this range? How does it vary with our different analytes? Can we use it to our advantage to improve our interpretation of results? Join Randolph down this rabbit hole where he will clarify these questions using creatinine and SDMA as case examples.
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