I. IDENTIFICATION: ( 1 PT. EACH)
1. The supernatant fluid when clotted blood has been centrifuged.
2. The supernatant fluid when anti-coagulated blood has been centrifuged.
3. Reference method for electrolyte determination.
4. A process wherein a needle is introduced into a vein to obtain blood.
5. Main function is water electrolyte balance.
6. How many minutes do you centrifuge the blood for serum preparation?
7. It is the precision and accuracy of a method.
8. Normal anion-gap value.
9. The normal pH of serum.
10. The most common sample for clinical chemistry.