Displaying articles by tag: Chemistry

Dayyal Dg. in Chemistry
Friday, 19 January 2018 09:36

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DISTILLED WATER AND DEIONIZED WATER

You can compare the deionized water vs distilled water, however, to mention that the distilled water is that the same as deionized water may be a mistake. The terms “distilled water” and “deionized water” are usually misunderstood. during this article, you'll notice the reason to grasp the variations and similarities…

  • Article
  • Notes
  • Chemistry
  • Chemistry Notes
  • Distilled Water
  • Deionized Water
  • RO Water
  • Reverse Osmosis Water
  • Deionized Water pH
  • pH of Deionized Water Vs Tap Water
  • Distilled Vs Deionized Water
  • Can You Drink Deionized Water
  • Is Deionized Water Bad for Your Skin
  • Deionized Water Hazards
  • Truth About Drinking Deionized Water
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Dayyal Dg. in Biochemistry
Monday, 21 November 2016 20:46

Urine strip test — Understanding its limitations

Routine urinalysis is a cost-effective, non-invasive test used as an indicator of health or disease for metabolic and renal disorders, infection, drug abuse, pregnancy, and nutrition. Urine chemistry can be completed in a number of different ways, ranging from manual reading of a visual urine test strip to the use…

  • Urology
  • Article
  • Chemistry
  • Clinical Chemistry
  • Biochemistry
  • Laboratory
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BS Media in Biochemistry
Sunday, 23 October 2016 09:51

Abnormal MCH effects to HbA1c level

Several hematological alterations are associated with altered hemoglobin A1c (Hb A1c). However, there have been no reports of their influence on the rates of exceeding standard Hb A1c thresholds by patients for whom Hb A1c determination is requested in clinical practice.

  • Chemistry
  • Biochemistry
  • Clinical Chemistry
  • Article
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BS Media in Chemistry
Friday, 07 October 2016 18:30

Paper-based Test Identifies Bogus and Poor Quality Drugs

Counterfeit and substandard medications are a serious problem in the developing world, potentially harming patients who desperately need medical treatment. Some of these drugs, including the antibiotics ciprofloxacin and ceftriaxone, have been deemed essential by the World Health Organization for the treatment of infections. However, chemists in developing countries often…

  • Chemistry
  • Clinical Chemistry
  • Article
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BS Media in Biochemistry
Wednesday, 28 September 2016 14:43

New finding: Biobank storage time affects blood test results

The amount of time a blood sample has been stored at a biobank may affect the test results as much as the blood sample provider’s age. These are the findings of a new study from Uppsala University, which was published in the scientific journal EBioMedicine. Until now, medical research has…

  • Chemistry
  • Clinical Chemistry
  • Biochemistry
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