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ASU MDL Clinical Chemistry Rotation Examination1)Which of the following 2 hour postprandial glucose values demonstrates hyperglycemia diagnosis for diabetes mellitus?a.160 mg/dlb.170 mg/dlc.180 mg/dld.200 mg/dl2)The glycated hemoglobin value represents the integrated values of glucose concentration during the preceding:3)An increase in serum acetone is indicative of a defect in the metabolism of:4)The reference range for the pH of arterial blood measured at 37C is:5)A patient is admitted to the ER in a state of metabolic alkalosis. Which of the following would be consistent with this diagnosis?a.High CO2, increased HCO3b.Low CO2, increased HCO3c.High CO2, decreased H2CO3d.Low CO2, decreased H2CO36)Respiratory acidosis is described as a(n):7)Osmolal gap is the difference between:8)The most important buffer pair in the plasma is
9)Most of the carbon dioxide present in blood is in the form of:a.Dissolved CO2b.Carbonatec.Bicarbonate iond.Carbonic acid10) Which of the following electrolytes is the chief plasma cation whose main function is maintainingosmotic pressure11) Calcium concentration in the serum is regulated by:12) A reciprocal relationship exists between:13) The primary function of serum albumin in the peripheral blood is:a.Maintain colloidal osmotic pressureb.Increase antibody productionc.Increase fibrinogen formationd.Maintain blood viscosity

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