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blood·work

 (blŭd′wûrk′)
n.
A blood test or a group of blood tests.
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In addition to recommending an amino acid called L-tryptophan, which improves sleep and mood, I sent her for extensive bloodwork, and sure enough, her thyroid was off.
The results of the basic bloodwork are available almost immediately.
Bloodwork demonstrated hypoxemia, carboxyhemoglobinemia, electrolyte abnormalities, and significant elevation of Troponin T.
Dogs experiencing seizures should get a physical exam and bloodwork done to help rule in/out the long list of possible causes.
2] Qualifying clients can utilize Voya's Orange Pass capability, with the potential for some policies to be issued in as little as five business days without bloodwork or a medical exam.
She was subjected to a battery of tests and bloodwork, and booked for an MRI; all this was part of the standard work-up for difficult-to-diagnose movement disorders.
In addition, clinicians must consider diagnostics, such as the bloodwork, imaging, or cytology that may help to diagnose a disease that may not even be on their differential list.
They are waiting for results of bloodwork to get a better sense of the cub's overall health.
Interferon gamma release assays (IGRAs) could potentially be used to improve screening uptake, as IGRAs can be drawn with other routine bloodwork after HIV diagnosis, and they do not require a 48-72 hour return visit for reading.
Among the procedures assigned were laboratory tests, bloodwork, questionnaires and subjective assessments, and office consultations and examinations; among the diagnostic technologies assigned were x rays, imaging or heart activity assessments, relative value units (RVUs), (29) or, where the latter were unavailable or inapplicable, comparable work effort units (WEUs) created by Medidata in conjunction with researchers at the Tufts Center for Study of Drug Development.
This protein threshold could be an important signal for researchers to use in the future--it could allow us to know from bloodwork that nesting is ending and feeding is ready to start again," Perrault said.
I might help with spinning tubes of blood or urine, testing and sending out bloodwork, or making and viewing slides under the microscope.