why is the liquid portion of their blood sample clear, hemolyzed, icteric or lipemic
after its centrifugation)?
Alternatively, sudden compression of the lipemic
and engorged mesenteric lymphatics, adjacent nodes, and lower thoracic duct aggravated by deformations associated with stretching and tearing motions may also directly disrupt chyle containing lymphatics (6).
19) These children all exhibited a similar constellation of symptoms including metabolic acidosis, lipemic
serum, and refractory bradycardia progressing to asystole.
Test sensitivity is reduced in the presence of hemolytic and lipemic
The "Extraction of the Lipemic
Serum Samples with Chloroform" protocol used in lipemic
serum samples was applied.
On visual inspection, no plasma samples were lipemic
, icteric, or hemolytic.
The insert sheet for one testing system cites that false negative D-dimer results may be obtained with lipemic
Of interest, the addition of bergamot to rosuvastatin greatly enhanced the effect of rosuvastatin on the lipemic
profile (a significant reduction in TG levels (152 [+ or -] 5 mg/dl [rosuvastatin 10 mg + BPF 1000 mg] and 200 [+ or -] 4 mg/dl [rosuvastatin 10 mg], respectively, versus 235 [+ or -] 5 mg/dl [placebo]; p < 0.
Comparison of visual versus automated detection of lipemic
, icteric and hemolyzed specimens: can we rely on a human eye?
The reasons of blood units discarded include fail tap; seropositivity; leakage during handling of bags; expired because of nonutilization; and other reasons such as hemolysis, grossly lipemic
serum, and clot formation.
, hemolyzed, or Pickering et al, (15) 2005 icteric specimens 6.
When a PTT result is prolonged, the sample must be evaluated for turbidity, icteric, lipemic
or hemolyzed visage.