Week1.Study.Guide.docx - CLINICAL CHEMISTRY Week 1 Study Guide Points Possible = 23 Points Received 1 Chemicals of the highest purity for analytical use

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CLINICAL CHEMISTRY Week 1 – Study Guide Points Possible = 23 Points Received ______________ 1.Chemicals of the highest purity for analytical use are called 2.Reagent grade water of the highest standard is of which Type as defined by CLSI 3.Name the process used to purify water by ion exchange resins 4.The speed (RPM) of a centrifuge is checked periodically by a device called a 5.Troubleshooting of all equipment starts with looking for the simplest solution first and then working up the ladder to the most complex. In centrifuge troubleshooting, if the centrifuge has no power, or the lid will not open, what are the 2 simplest things to check for? 6.If blood is not separating in collection tubes during centrifugation, what 3 things should be checked? 7.What component is found in plasma but not in serum? 8.How long should a serum sample clot before being centrifuged? 9.When drawing blood alcohol levels, what must not be used to disinfecting the collection site? 10.What two analytes are not stable under refrigeration conditions (40 C).

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